6/14/14-Led Zep re-issues sell well

todayJune 14, 2014


Led Zeppelin's Robert PlantLed Zeppelin 1, 2 and 3 reissues have sold more in the first week than anticipated. There were high expectations for the deluxe rereleases of Led Zeppelin I, II and III with predictions changing all week from all three making the top ten to the final take that said two of three would make it.
In the end, all three made it and they did it in release order with I coming in at number 7, II at 9 and III at 10. These successes bode well for the still unscheduled second wave of albums which will include what has become their most popular album, Led Zeppelin IV (aka Zoso) which includes such classics as “Black Dog”, “Rock and Roll,” “When the Levee Breaks” and “Stairway to Heaven.”

Written by: Barry Scott

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todayJune 13, 2014