The Best Song From Every Led Zeppelin Album

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Some Led For Your Head

They are considered as one of the best, alongside the Beatles, and the Rolling Stones – they became a huge hit for their influence, importance, and talent.

We look back at the best songs from every Led Zeppelin album (not ranked).

“Immigrant Song” (Led Zeppelin III, 1970)

This song doesn’t need any light shows, explosions, drama, dancers. All it need was four beast musicians!

“Whole Lotta Love” (Led Zeppelin II, 1969)

The only problem with this song is that it has an ending.

“Misty Mountain Hop” (Led Zeppelin IV, 1971)

Awesome song by an awesome band, sadly we will never hear anything new like this again.

“Ten Years Gone” (Physical Graffiti, 1975)

The pure magic and no song from any other band can make you feel this way but this, the perfect song from a perfect band.

“When the Levee Breaks” (Led Zeppelin IV, 1971)

Others tried to cover it, but no one could perfect it.

“Fool in the Rain” (In Through the Out Door, 1979)

The song that managed to outshine Jimmy Page – one of their best, and most underrated song that fully showcased Bonham’s drum skills.

“Stairway to Heaven” (Led Zeppelin IV, 1973)

All the guys from Led made love to their instruments every time they perform this song.

“Heartbreaker” (Led Zeppelin II, 1969)

Another reason why Led Zeppelin is the greatest rock band.

“Kashmir” (Physical Graffiti, 1975)

Iconic, influential, and legends – 4 normal human beings doing supernatural things with their incredible talents.

“Over the Hills and Far Away” (Houses of the Holy, 1973)

No words can explain how this song captured our hearts and moved our soul – thank you, Led Zeppelin.

“Dazed and Confused” (Led Zeppelin I, 1969)

Basslines were deep, the voice was illuminating, the guitar is “Jimmy,” and the drum is absolute power.

“Achilles Last Stand” (Presence, 1976)

A song that will be played for more than a thousand years.