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  • Nickdfresh
    SUPER MODERATOR

    • Oct 2004
    • 49213

    Recently Found Led Zeppelin Live Footage

  • Nickdfresh
    SUPER MODERATOR

    • Oct 2004
    • 49213

    #2
    Chicago "Homebase" 1977 Concert cut short as Jimmy Page is sick:


    Led Zeppelin rented a Chicago luxury hotel as their State-side homestead during the 77' Tour...

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    • Kristy
      DIAMOND STATUS
      • Aug 2004
      • 16341

      #3
      "New found footage" my gaping bleeding rectum. That show clearly demonstrates what a disjointed dog and pony act they truly were.

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      • Nickdfresh
        SUPER MODERATOR

        • Oct 2004
        • 49213

        #4
        Yet:

        Led Zeppelin Is Flying High On The Charts Again
        Hugh McIntyre
        Senior Contributor

        Apr 14, 2024,01:28pm EDT

        Led Zeppelin broke up as a band more than 40 years ago. They only released music for about a decade, but during that time, they produced some of the most exciting, boundary-pushing, and commercially successful hard rock in history.

        To this day, the band continues to sell well, and millions of fans around the world can’t seem to get enough of their music. This week, on the Billboard charts, the group sees one of their most important albums climb, while one of their biggest smashes finds its way back to a ranking.

        Led Zeppelin’s Mothership is up slightly on the Top Hard Rock Albums chart. That ranking lists the most-consumed full-lengths and EPs in the U.S. each week that Billboard classifies as hard rock when it comes to genre. The roster uses a methodology that combines streams and sales to highlight popularity, not necessarily what’s the bestselling or most-streamed, specifically.

        Mothership improves from No. 17 to No. 15 on the 25-spot tally. The set has previously ruled over the Top Hard Rock Albums chart, and it’s now racked up 341 stays somewhere on the list.

        Released in 2007, Mothership is a compilation of some of Led Zeppelin’s biggest and favorite songs. The living band members chose the tracks, pulling from their eight studio full-lengths. Mothership reached the top 10 on charts all around the world nearly two decades ago when it was first shared, including in the U.S. and the U.K.

        As Mothership flies up the chart it appears on, one of Led Zeppelin’s most recognizable smashes is also rising. “Stairway to Heaven” returns to the Hard Rock Digital Song Sales ranking this frame.
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        The Hard Rock Digital Song Sales chart ranks the tracks that can be called hard rock in genre that actually sold the most copies in the past tracking frame. That separates it from other lists, such as the Hot Hard Rock Songs tally, which, like the albums rankings mentioned above, uses many forms of consumption data to demonstrate popularity.

        On this week’s Hard Rock Digital Song Sales chart, “Stairway to Heaven” reappears at No. 9. The tally only features 10 spots these days, so it’s harder for any tune to find space on the list. “Stairway to Heaven” has previously climbed as high as No. 4, and it’s now spent 331 weeks somewhere on the roster, which used to run much longer.

        Led Zeppelin's Mothership climbs on Billboard's Top Hard Rock Albums chart, while "Stairway to Heaven" returns to the Hard Rock Digital Song Sales tally.

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        • FORD
          ROTH ARMY MODERATOR

          • Jan 2004
          • 58802

          #5
          Yeah. Satan may have made them suffer in that little toolshed, but it seems to have paid off in the end....

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