Led ZeppelinUntitled

Label:Atlantic – 8122-79657-7, Atlantic – 8122796577
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, Gatefold, 180g
Style:Hard Rock, Blues Rock


A1Black Dog
Written-ByPage*, Jones*, Plant*
A2Rock And Roll
Written-ByPage*, Bonham*, Jones*, Plant*
A3The Battle Of Evermore
Written-ByPage*, Plant*
A4Stairway To Heaven
Written-ByPage*, Plant*
B1Misty Mountain Hop
Written-ByPage*, Jones*, Plant*
B2Four Sticks
Written-ByPage*, Plant*
B3Going To California
Written-ByPage*, Plant*
B4When The Levee Breaks
Written-ByPage*, Bonham*, Jones*, Memphis Minnie, Plant*

Companies, etc.



Release doesn't feature an explicit title, as with the original issues. It is, however, referred to as "Led Zeppelin IV" in online retailers and such.

180gr vinyl in gatefold sleeve with insert.

Printed on front cover sticker:
Includes Stairway To Heaven,
Black Dog & Rock And Roll
Remastered & Produced by Jimmy Page
[barcode image
0 81227 96577 8]

Cat# on labels 8122-79657-7
Cat# on sticker on front cover : 8122769577

Manufactured in Germany. (on label)
Made in the EU (inside the sleeve)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned - sticker): 081227965778
  • Barcode (Text - Sticker): 0 81227 96577 8
  • Barcode (EAN): 081227965778
  • Matrix / Runout (Side one run-out, hand-etched, variant 1): BD 16359-01 A1 A1 JD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side two run-out, hand-etched, variant 1): BD 16359-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side one run-out, hand-etched, variant 2): BD 16359-01 A1 A1 JD XIE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side two run-out, hand-etched, variant 2): BD 16359-01 B1 1-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side one run-out, hand-etched, variant 3): BD 16359-01 A1 3=V A1 JD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side two run-out, hand-etched, variant 3): BD 16359-01 B1 V ∇ +
  • Matrix / Runout (Side one run-out, hand-etched, variant 4): BD 16359-01 A1 V=Λ A1 JD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side two run-out, hand-etched, variant 4): BD 16359-01 B1 V+V
  • Matrix / Runout (Side one run-out, hand-etched, variant 5): BD 16359-01 A1 A1 JD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side two run-out, hand-etched, variant 5): BD 16359-01 B1 ∆=V
  • Matrix / Runout (Side one run-out, hand-etched, variant 6): BD 16359-01 A1 V=Λ X A1 JD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side two run-out, hand-etched, variant 6): BD 16359-01 B1 + X
  • Matrix / Runout (Side one run-out, hand-etched, variant 7): BD 16359-01 A1 3Λ= A1 JD
  • Matrix / Runout (Side two run-out, hand-etched, variant 7): BD 16359-01 B1 H+Λ

Other Versions (5 of 993)

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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
  • Inigo__Montoya's avatar
    I recently took a leap of faith and bought myself a Japanese 1976 pressing of this album. Until then I only had this 2014 pressing, which I thought was quite good. Turns out i hadn’t heard Led Zeppelin properly. In comparison the 2014 remastered version sounds flat and dull, as if it has lost its mojo. It might seem as if the soundstage is wide, but in truth it has actually been narrowed down. It‘s like watching a film, where the picture has been cropped on all sides and then stretched to be sold as a new widescreen edition. The music has also been cleaned to the extent that the recording sounds quite sterile, which also makes it feel like there is too much space between the instruments. It lacks dynamics and depth. The rawness and energy have been completely sucked out. Like I said before, it has no mojo. Listening to the Japanese pressing rekindled my love for this album. It sounds huge when it has to, and very intimate in the quieter moments. I envy anybody who has yet to experience this for themselves. If you love LZ then do yourself a favour and look for a better pressing like I did.
    • Vinyltranny's avatar
      Edited one month ago
      This was the first album I ever bought.Brand new in 1981 from the wonderful Spillers in Cardiff.A few years back I was bought this as a present to replace my old and rather worn original.What a revelation!Crisp,clear and punchy.The joy of re-issues.
      • Thinningjewfro86's avatar
        Edited 7 months ago
        bought this for cheap as a day to day listen so i can save my porky presswell original for company
        stairway to he heaven does not have major surface noise from overplay on some boomer teen's shit stylus, which is a plus.
        the sound is solid and a good system will make this sing, but i do notice a bit of blurriness and harshness, particularly on the drums, compared to the vintage AAA of the original.
        call it 4/5
        • RIREINC's avatar
          Whoever put that sticker on the cardboard... I despise you immensely. Other that that, its a great pressing.
          • horizonflame's avatar
            I have no other copy to compare this to but it sounds really good to me. In terms of the noise floor, there is none, as for the crackles and pops, also none. This is a quality pressing of a great album.
            • b0ssh0gg's avatar
              Compared this with a 1973 Canadian repress, and the sound was nearly identical (this version won by a hair). With how easy it is to get these copies in mint condition, for a very reasonable price, it'd be foolish to go with anything else, except maybe the Classic Records versions which are not at such a reasonable price...

              The sleeve is pretty low-grade, though. Lightweight cardstock.
              • kurts.ear.candy's avatar
                So I just pulled it out again to play with the latest upgrades of my playback system. An AT20SLa cart, Wayne's periphery ring and a FURUTECH destat III anti static weapon. The TT is a modified SL1200 MK3. Holy moly !!!

                Like many others, I have various copies including a 1971 US 1st. This is hands down the best for clarity and overall listenability. As mentioned below by JT998 , zero listener fatigue. I pretty much agree with his assessment of this album. Pressing quality is outstanding, dead quiet and tick free after a couple of turns on the VPI Cyclone.

                I hear reasonable bass throughout, but a Shibata stylus plays differently than most others. Adjust your VTA , makes all the difference in the world between awesome and mediocre. The annoying Hi Hat hits in the right channel on this version of When The Levee Breaks have been somewhat tamed.

                With a properly set up rig I cannot imagine this album sounding any better than what is on this pressing. That is with having listened to this album for 50 years ...

                Cheers !

                • rickdrake's avatar
                  I heard the unusual bleed through beat on Rock & Roll as noted by others. I also have an original 1971 Club pressing in excellent shape that I just played to verify and it is definitely not present on that copy. I bought a set of LZ 1-4 LPs as my originals of 1 and 2 are a little worse for the wear and I only had 3 on CD so I have 2 NM copies of 4. One other difference I noticed is the Club version is louder using identical settings on my system. After checking each pressing back and forth the club album is 3.5 to 4 dB louder on each song. When the volume is equalized both copies sound very close to each other with maybe the slightest nod to the Club version. Another difference is the lyric/track listing that is just a page on the 2014 copy while it is the actual LP inner sleeve on the Club version and they are different colors. The colors on the LP jacket on the Club release are more intense.
                  • jara.ignacio87's avatar
                    Is I don't know if is my idea, or cover looks pixelated??? Please confirm this, I never see this álbum cover in og vinyl, only on CDs and this 2014 remaster
                    • bigchezzy's avatar
                      Seeing lots of people complaining about this version but to my ears its one of the best sounding pressings i own.



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