Led Zeppelin ‎– Untitled

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Atlantic ‎– SD 7208
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Shelley Pressing
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First press matrix label variant pressing @ LY = Shelley Products, Huntington Station, New York

Gatefold sleeve. Side A written as 'One', Side B written as 'Two'.

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.

This was later repressed in 1977 as release #SD 19129 with same cover art and tracks.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): ST-A-712285-LY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): ST-A-712286-LY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runouts): ST-A-712285-E ATL-GP PR PORKY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runouts): St-A-712286-E PECKO DUCK ATL-GP PR (C.K.)

Other Versions (5 of 674) View All

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) 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
19129 Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV(Cass, Album, RE) Atlantic 19129 Canada Unknown Sell This Version

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November 25, 2013

I'll never forget the first time I heard this album. My wife brought it home in the winter of 1971/1972 with a hit of purple mescaline that we shared. We listened to this album over and over again all night long with other friends that visited and brought their own acid. I still faintly flashback whenever I tune to the radio and any one of these songs are played. This was also one of the background albums I listened to while reading the Lord of the Ring books in 1972. Classic rock, indeed!