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Robert Plant Needed to Hear ‘Led Zeppelin I’ to Appreciate Headphones, and We Totally Get It

Led Zeppelin fans weren’t the only ones blown away by the band’s music. Its members were, too. He’s turned in some powerful solo work over the years, but Robert Plant didn’t appreciate the power of headphones until he heard Led Zeppelin I through the cans. 

Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant sings during a 1977 concert
Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant | Chris Walter/WireImage

Robert Plant’s favorite Led Zeppelin album is ‘Physical Graffiti’

There’s something to appreciate about each Led Zeppelin album. Even the keyboard-heavy In Through the Out Door and odd-and-ends collection Coda have their charms. For Plant, Physical Graffiti was Led Zeppelin’s apex, and he called it his favorite Zep album.



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