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Led Zeppelin (ˈlɛd ˈzɛpəlɪn Pronunciation for Led Zeppelin



  1. British rock group (1968–80); comprised Jimmy Page (born 1944), Robert Plant (born 1948), John Paul Jones (born 1946), and John Bonham (1948–80): recordings include Led Zeppelin I (1969), Led Zeppelin IV (1971), and Physical Graffiti (1975)

Example Sentences Including 'Led Zeppelin'

Bartok, Debussy and Tchaikovsky interspersed with Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and Led Zeppelin.
MacNeill, Alastair The Devil's Door
Best advice for the Led Zeppelin reunion: Get another monster for the drum kit.
Globe and Mail (2003)
COM, the Led Zeppelin legend is currently producing the band's album in Jacobs Studios in Surrey.
NME (New Musical Express) (2004)
My ardour for Status Quo, Led Zeppelin and other, as it were, `tangible' groups began to wane.
David Cavanagh MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
Robert Plant, the former frontman of Led Zeppelin , is to release his first studio album in nine years.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Rock pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis and heavy-metal gods Led Zeppelin were among a slew of veteran acts who were given lifetime-achievement awards.
CBC (2005)
The monitor also clearly showed Eamon (favourite albums: Nevermind by Nirvana, Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin and Is This It?
Tony Parsons MAN AND WIFE (2002)
Tony had broken both his arms, so that was the end of the Led Zeppelin reunion tour.
Hugh Cornwell A MULTITUDE OF SINS: Golden Brown, The Stranglers and Strange Little Girls (2004)


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