Noted for its diversity of songs, and overwhelming praise from critics, 1971’s Led Zeppelin IV is one of the band’s most accomplished works.
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Led Zeppelin IV is one of the band’s most accomplished albums ever, selling over 37 million copies worldwide and cementing itself as one the US’s best-selling albums.
Its iconic track list and tone went on to establish a new benchmark for British Rock, with AllMusic stating that it defined “not only Led Zeppelin but the sound and style of '70s hard rock". The Album received universal praise with Billboard magazine calling it a "powerhouse album", whilst it landed at number 69 on Rolling Stone’s top 500 Albums of all-time list. The album includes Led Zeppelin’s most iconic eight minute hit, ‘Stairway to Heaven’, which was voted the third best Rock song ever by VH1.
Vinyl Weight: 180g
Original Release Year: 1971
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