Led Zeppelin ‎– Untitled

Atlantic ‎– SD 7208
Vinyl, LP, Album, Monarch Pressing

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Black Dog
Written-By – Jones*
A2 Rock And Roll
Written-By – Bonham*, Jones*
A3 The Battle Of Evermore
Performer – Sandy Denny
A4 Stairway To Heaven 7:55
B1 Misty Mountain Hop
Written-By – Jones*
B2 Four Sticks 4:49
B3 Going To California 3:36
B4 When The Levee Breaks
Written-By – Bonham*, Jones*, Memphis Minnie

Companies, etc.



Monarch first press matrix label variant pressing similar to Led Zeppelin - Untitled with a different label matrix.
Gatefold sleeve. Side A written as 'One', Side B written as 'Two'.
Mfg by Atlantic Recording Corp.

Recorded in 1971 at Headley Grange, Hampshire; Island Studios, London; Sunset Sound, Los Angeles with The Rolling Stones Mobile Studio.
except tracks A4 and B2, recorded at Island Studios, London. Mixed at Olympic Studios
except tracks A1 and A4 mixed at Island Studios, London, track A2 mixed at both Island and Olympic, and track B4 mixed at Sunset Sounds, Los Angeles.

Sandy Denny appears courtesy of Island Records.

℗ 1971. All selections published by Superhype Music, Inc., ASCAP.
This release was commonly referred to as 'Led Zeppelin IV', to follow in sequence with their previous three releases, but no actual title appears on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): ST-A-712285-MO
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): ST-A-712286-MO
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching, side A. Variant 1): ST-A-712285-DD AT/GP MR circled (stamped) △16345 (2) PR PECKO
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching, side A. Variant 2): ST-A-712285-EE AT/GP △16345 (3) PR Porky
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching, side B. Variant 1 & 2): ST-A-712286-FF Pecko Duck AT/GP MR circled (stamped) △16345-X PR (3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side A Variant 3): ST-A-712285-CC AT/GP MR Circled △16345 (3) PR PORKY
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side B Variant 3): ST-A-712286-FF PECKO DUCK AT/GP MR Circled △16345 (3) PR

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2401012 Led Zeppelin Untitled(LP, Album, Ver) Atlantic 2401012 UK 1971 Sell This Version
781528-1 Led Zeppelin Untitled(LP, Album) Atlantic 781528-1 Greece Unknown Sell This Version
7567-81528-2, 250 008 Led Zeppelin Untitled(CD, Album, RE, RP) Atlantic, Atlantic 7567-81528-2, 250 008 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
A2-19129 Led Zeppelin Untitled(CD, Album, Club, RE) Atlantic A2-19129 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
756782638-2 Led Zeppelin Untitled(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Atlantic 756782638-2 Brazil Unknown Sell This Version



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June 27, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
Have the Pecko 'A' side variant.
Pecko Duck 'B' side. White inner sleeve.

Supposedly the rare version.
Possibly, from UK stampers.
Read this tidbit, but not verified.

The million dollar question...
How does it sound?

This record sounds fantastic!
Excellent seperation. Nice tonality on the instruments. Good depth in the music.
Robert Plant's vocals, are clear and forward.

Everything is enjoyable on Led Zeppelin IV.
I like all of their releases. This is one of my favorites! Have a few versions. If you should have a cool, unneeded extra. Maybe send it my way. Always up for some comparisons.

Alright. Let's look at it a bit...

Stairway to Heaven contains a richness.
The quality of the Jimmy Page's guitars and Plant's vocals are sweet. John Bonham's drums and John Paul Jones' bass are well balanced. The finale does not get as wild, as some later IV offerings.
Everything is seemingly geared towards studio perfection. The goal is acheived.

Monarch pressings are excellent!
For sure Mate. Try one and see.