Led ZeppelinUntitled

Label:Atlantic – SD 7208, Classic Records – SD 7208
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 200 gram
Style:Classic Rock


A1Black Dog4:55
A2Rock And Roll3:40
A3The Battle Of Evermore5:38
A4Stairway To Heaven7:55
B1Misty Mountain Hop4:39
B2Four Sticks4:49
B3Going To California3:36
B4When The Levee Breaks7:08

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  • Mastered ByBG*


CLASSIC RECORDS QUIEX SV-P 200 GRAM SUPER VINYL PROFILE (front oval sticker) reissue in gatefold jacket.

Recorded At Headley Grange, Hampshire Island Studios London

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): SD-7208-A BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): SD-7208-B BG

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Untitled (LP, Album, Version 5, Gatefold Sleeve)Atlantic2401 012UK1971
Untitled (LP, Album)Atlantic, AtlanticN° 50.008, 50 008France1971
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Untitled (LP, Album, Gatefold)AtlanticSD 7208Canada1971
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Untitled (LP, Album)AtlanticATL 50 008Scandinavia1971
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Untitled (LP, Album, Club Edition, Richmond Pressing)AtlanticSD 7208US1971


  • AppleBlossome88's avatar
    No surprise this pressing is so expensive, sounds unbelievable.
    With UK A3/B3 I've never thought about improvement, Porky/Pecko Duck was already phenomenal.
    But friend borrowed me to listen the other day, OMG, this pressing brings the album to the next level.
    Drums really shine, cymbals are so loud and alive. You don't hear them like this on UK plum Rock'n'Roll for example, where they are pretty much burried in the mix.
    On The Battle Of Evermore and Going To California I loved Plant's voice. It's much smoother and three-dimensional. Strings are also more inviting and warm sounding, I'd even say intimate.
    When The Levee Breaks frankly sounds better on UK original for some reason, more oomph and 'bite'
    Not trying to hype this pressing, just sharing my impressions after comparing two holy grail releases. Both great, best LZ album.
    • kalicojoe's avatar
      Given that Analogue Production has a lot of the original Classic Records metal parts, I don't think its too far out of the question that this will get repressed.
      • tad.ensign's avatar
        Which in itself will have no real sound quality benefits over standard 140 gram vinyl or 180 gram vinyl. A 200 gram vinyl record will have extraordinary good sound quality only if high quality source material, mastering, vinyl and manufacturing process is used.
        • fab_1's avatar
          Guitars explode out of the speaker, drum snare sparks and you can hear the acoustic strings buzzing during Stairway, this pressing is definitive. The 45 RPM probably beats this by a smidge, but I can’t imagine a 33 1/3 sounding better than this one. I have a 1971 UK pressing to compare (A//3 PORKY, B//4 PECKO DUCK), and although it’s comparable, the classic reissue is PHENOMENAL and rids of the slight muddiness the original had
          • gallassero's avatar
            Classic Records issued this in different forms from 2001-2007 ( All Analog tube-mastering from the Original Atlantic Master Tapes by Bernie Grundman . 180 gram ( regular loose plastic bag ), then 200 Gram with (regular loose plastic bag ) AND LATER ( glossy thick plastic bag sealed with tamper-proof fold-over ) at the top. The only record that can compete sonically would be an original UK. NOTHING competes with the Classic Records 45rpm Road Case, IMHO.
            • Why do some of the Zep 200g come factory sealed and others have the classic records sticky label bridging the plastic outer sleeve? Are they both classed as mint?
              • MOFW's avatar
                How is the sound quality on this? (I’d prefer if someone not selling this answered). Thanks in advance.
                • albertlh's avatar
                  I Have a version of this bought 2nd hand, was the 200 sticker on the cardboard or on the plastic shrink wrap?
                  • poul1980's avatar
                    The release year above is incorrect, this issue was released in 2001.



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