Led ZeppelinUntitled

Label:Atlantic – R1-535340
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180g, Gatefold
Country:USA & Canada
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*, Bonhham*, Jones*, Memphis Minnie, Plant*

Companies, etc.



On sticker:
Includes Stairway To Heaven, Black Dog & Rock And Roll
Remastered & Produced by Jimmy Page

Labels read:
℗ & © 1971 Atlantic Recording Corporation. Manufactured in Germany.

Printed in the USA.

Runouts are stamped, except "A1 JohnD" on side A, and "B1" on side B which are etched.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker Text): 0 81227 96577 8
  • Barcode (Sticker Scanned): 081227965778
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): R1-535340 A1 JohnD -28112- P.USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): R1-535340 B1 P.USA -28112-

Other Versions (5 of 1054)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Untitled (LP, Album, Stereo, Version 5, Gatefold Sleeve)Atlantic2401012UK1971
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Untitled (LP, Album)Atlantic, AtlanticN° 50.008, 50 008France1971
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



  • mgagliano415's avatar
    Excellent sounding pressing! Have this and Physical Graffiti - will definitely be getting more.
    • Butterfck's avatar
      Edited 2 years ago
      Can’t believe anyone has talked about the horrible cover art resolution, it looks and feels like a Xerox from the original! It really makes me mad that this remasters were supposed to be supervised by Jimmy Page, dude made a very mediocre job, with all that money he could have payed someone to do it right, it just sounds loud and flat. There is nothing good about this garbage reissue, i just want to use mine as a frisbee, can’t find nothing better to do with it.
      • Scoobybooo's avatar
        i don't know if it's an issue with the master or something, but this just sounds... bad. I don't have any other version aside from an Amazon Music Unlimited 96/24 FLAC, and it suffers from the same issue. I might get an early CD pressing to verify this, but overall this is a poor-sounding record.
        • SalTaormina's avatar
          Sounds distorted at decent volume levels and way too much brightness. Hoped it was better. Played through a Rega P3, Elex-R and Focal Aria 906.
          • Slimeshine's avatar
            Pretty good pressing here, maybe not as dynamically "open" as older copies of the album but I think it does the album justice for being a fairly accessible reissue. Sounds clear as a whistle for me and it definitely beats out any of the digital or CD copies of the album I've heard, it's for sure worth a buy if you're not looking to crate dig for an older copy or prefer your vinyl sparkly new.
            Will say though that having the hype sticker glued to the album jacket is pretty terrible. Came off easy enough, though.
            • IBOLTON's avatar
              Mine has the black hype stick glued to the album cover itself and not the shrink wrap. Bummer
              • tsalom's avatar
                The 2014 pressings are very mediocre. This one sounds quite flat and unengaging.
                • GeezerRock68's avatar
                  Edited 3 years ago
                  This pressing sounds oustanding! My example might just be the quietest piece of quality vinyl I own - it's spectacular in that regard. (I know other folks have had vinyl issues - unfortunately quality control is still an issue across the entire industry - but my experience with anything pressed by Pallas, like this release, is much more consistent - YMMV). I have a NM original 71 "Porky/Pecko Duck" mastered release - which I think is great - but I won't lie, I think this sounds better! Problem with LZIV is, IMO, it's one of the worst recorded of LZ's albums - I have heard countless LPs, had my own cassette version, CD, downloads, etc...and they all suffer from similar flaws that I can only attribute to poor original recordings. There are portions of these songs that just don't have the dynamics they should, in my mind, or clarity, or "breath/air" as some folks would call it. Certain portions of the frequency spectrum are somewhat muted to my ears, and that's been the case with every recording I've owned - including my NM Porky. They just didn't record this album well. But......hear me out.....this remaster PROFOUNDLY improves much of that - John Davis and Page did a FANTASTIC job on this one. Some of those original flaws and detriments are hard to overcome (noted by others here), I think they've done everything possible they can with these recordings. Listening to "Going to California" on this pressing is like a breath of fresh air - I've never heard it so good. The soundstage across all songs is HUGELY improved. I don't have $250+ to spend on a Classic Records remastering that everyone talks about. And I love analog as much as the next guy - but if it sounds great, it sounds great. I'm always annoyed by the countless folks I've seen on forums and discussion threads saying "this sounds great....but they used digital in the mastering process". Including the guy on youtube who dismisses all of the Davis/Page remasters as inferior solely for that fact. I also own LZ I/II/III on this remastering series - and they all sound great, they just do. LZIV, in particular, needed some help and some life to make that a better recording with such great songs - this pressing does that. Don't buy into the "it's not 100% analog" -- if it were a completely blind audio test, without confirmation bias, you'd think it's a fantastic recording. Don't be biased, there are plenty of crappy analog recordings that exist too - that alone doesn't make them perfect, and guess what, analog tapes degrade, and aren't going to last forever. A high-rez (meaning, 3 or 4 times the resolution of a CD, for instance) digital step in the mastering doesn't equate to horrible quality or horrific listening experience -- I've been listening to quality vinyl for 45 years -- some digital mastering is simply required to get a much better sound, and are done extremely well - and if I play for even my most discerning friends, they'll say "that sounds amazing what is that?". Just like anything there are good examples and poor examples - for me, this LZIV is really really good. And still plentiful. And still very reasonable cost.
                  • janis_s's avatar
                    Good pressing, firm 180g, enjoyable with the sound the quality
                    • bodkin1's avatar
                      Just bought this at my local Walmart. This I rate an A++++ pressing.


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