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Led Zeppelin's reissue campaign continued this fall with shiny new versions of Led Zeppelin IV and Houses Of The Holy, and we're giving away a package including super deluxe box sets of both albums…   Read Story »
We needed the expert Miguel impersonation that is "Jealous" this year, if only because Miguel himself seems determined to tantalizingly dangle his own new music just out of reach. (These fleeting…   Read Story »
Led Zeppelin is a formative experience. They're the kind of band you discover early on, that kicks open the door to a whole bunch of other things. It's hard to separate those experiences, eventually.…   Read Story »
I love Led Zeppelin, but I'd say there's a good third of their catalog that I can't hear anymore. I don't mean I don't want to listen to it; I mean I cannot hear it -- I've heard it so much that it's…   Read Story »
It's amazing to think that there's any sort of still-unreleased Led Zeppelin music lying around after all these years. But next month, the band will reissue two of their classics, 1971's Led Zeppelin…   Read Story »
We know that Miley Cyrus has an ear for the classics: she's covered the Smiths in concert, is apparently readying a Leonard Cohen cover, and has been working with Wayne Coyne and the Flaming Lips on…   Read Story »
Back in May we heard about Jimmy Page's frustration with Robert Plant over Plant's refusal to do a Led Zeppelin reunion tour. At the time, Plant decried the highly commodified nature of reunion…   Read Story »
Robert Plant and Jimmy Page have been exchanging barbs for a few years now since Plant walked away from the group following their 2007 reunion show at London's O2 Arena. He's been adamant about never…   Read Story »
Have you ever wondered what famous album covers might look like from a different perspective? A user on Flickr by the name of Harvezt has worked to answer that question with a new series called The…   Read Story »
Although most teenagers start with Led Zeppelin IV (aka "the one with 'Stairway'"), Led Zeppelin's first three albums -- appropriately titled Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II, and Led Zeppelin III --…   Read Story »