For the second straight month, Rod Stewart stands between Led Zeppelin and immortality in the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame finals. And this time, he's got backup in the form of the Faces.

The scary part is that Stewart took down Led Zeppelin -- one of rock's most celebrated and popular groups -- all by himself last time out, becoming the seventh entrant in our 100 percent fan-voted Hall of Fame. So what chance does Led Zep stand against the combined talents of Stewart, Ron Wood, Kenney Jones, Ronnie Lane and Ian McLagan, one of the most beloved (and scruffiest) rock bands of the early '70s?

Well, for one thing, Zeppelin sold about a billion more records and concert tickets than the Faces, and the music made by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham and John Paul Jones remains perhaps the most influential in rock music to this day.

So who gets your vote? Does Stewart join George Harrison as the only other two-time inductee in the UCR Hall of Fame, or do Led Zeppelin make the most of their second chance? The choice is up to you. You can vote once a day until Sunday, Dec. 1, at 11:59 PM EST, and the winner will be announced Monday, Dec. 2. Be sure to read our official rules here.

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