LED ZEPPELIN Scores Top 40 Hit In UK With 'Stairway To Heaven'

According to NME.com, LED ZEPPELIN entered the UK Top Forty singles chart today (November 18) at No. 37 with their legendary song "Stairway To Heaven". The band had made their back catalogue available to download earlier this week, hence the new chart entry. LED ZEPPELIN's "Mothership", a 24-track, two-CD comprehensive collection that spans the band's illustrious career, entered the UK Top Albums chart at No. 4.

As previously reported, "Mothership" is on track to sell around 100,000-105,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut in the Top 10 of The Billboard 200 chart, according to Hits Daily Double.

"Mothership" contains material from all eight of the band's classic studio albums, with the tracks being personally selected by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones. "Mothership" includes landmark songs such as "Whole Lotta Love", "Immigrant Song", "Kashmir", "Rock And Roll", "Dazed And Confused", "Stairway to Heaven". The set also includes new liner notes.

An e-card for "Mothership" is available at this location.


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