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Having toured Scandinavia in 1968, under the name the New Yardbirds, they returned to England and recorded their debut album in 30 hours.

Adopting the name Led Zeppelin (allegedly coined by Keith Moon), they toured the U.S. in early 1969, opening for Vanilla Fudge. Their first album was released in February; within two months it had reached Billboard’s Top 10. Led Zeppelin II reached Number One two months after its release, and since then every album of new material has gone platinum; five of the group’s LPs have reached Number One.

After touring almost incessantly during its first two years together, Zeppelin began limiting its appearances to alternating years. The band’s 1973 U.S. tour broke box-office records throughout the country (many of which had been set by the Beatles), and by 1975 its immense ticket and album sales had made Led Zeppelin the most popular rock & roll group in the world.

In 1974 the quartet established its own label, Swan Song. The label’s first release was Physical Graffiti (Number One, 1975), the band’s first double-album set, which sold 4 million copies.

In 1976 Led Zeppelin released Presence, a 4-million seller. The group had just embarked on its U.S. tour when Plant’s six-year-old son, Karac, died suddenly of a viral infection.

On December 4, 1980, Page, Plant, and Jones released a cryptic statement to the effect that they could no longer continue as they were.  In 1982 Zeppelin released Coda (Number Six, 1982), a collection of early recordings and outtakes.

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