Recorded at Headley Grange in Hampshire, Island Studios in London and Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, Led Zeppelin IV is the album that put Led Zeppelin into homes around the world, acting as a successful marriage of the hard rock from their second album with the folkier meanderings of their third. It is an album that demonstrates their subtlety and restraint as much as their stadium-filling grandstanding and it confirmed their superstar rock status. The actually untitled album (it was also known as Four Symbols or The Runes Album), a chart-topper on both sides of the Atlantic, captures the group's schizophrenia perfectly. On the one hand, they wallop away through genre-defining rock standards such as 'Rock And Roll', 'Black Dog' and 'Misty Mountain Hop'; yet on the other, they are gentle and restrained on the folk mysticism of 'Going To California' and the Sandy Denny co-sung 'The Battle Of Evermore.' It is on their anthem, 'Stairway To Heaven', however, that both strands come together in perfect accord.
Led Zeppelin's classic 4th album reissued on crystal clear vinyl, remastered by Jimmy Page.
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