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Led Zeppelin

When it comes to rock ‘n’ roll excess, nobody did it bigger and better than Led Zeppelin. During the dozen years that they were around, they managed to make new rules and break most of the old ones. They wrote the rulebook on touring etiquette, sold more records than almost anyone else and took the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle to superhuman new levels. But none of this would matter if the music didn’t live up to the legend. It does. From the blustery blues-rock of their self-titled 1969 debut to the flawless dynamism of their 1971 masterpiece ‘Led Zeppelin IV’ to the gargantuan stomp of their double-album epic ‘Physical Graffiti,’ Led Zeppelin crafted records designed to withstand decades of come-and-go trends. The death of drummer John Bonham in 1980 put an end to the band, but their music lives on.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Lawyer Who Pursued ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Case Against Led Zeppelin Suspended From Practicing Law

This hasn't been a very good month for attorney Francis Malofiy.

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Rick Diamond / Jason Merritt, Getty Images

Led Zeppelin Trial Reactions: Joe Walsh, Robert Plant and More

Led Zeppelin have emerged victorious from their lawsuit, and reactions from the rock world are already coming in.

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Jorgen Angel, Getty Images

Led Zeppelin Found Not Guilty in ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Case

Led Zeppelin were found not guilty in their plagiarism trial regarding the classic "Stairway to Heaven."

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Dolphin Records / Atlantic Records

UCR’s Led Zeppelin vs. Spirit ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Verdict: Our Writers Vote

Our writers explain how they'd vote in the Led Zeppelin / Spirit "Stairway to Heaven" trial.

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Jason Merritt, Getty Images

Robert Plant Takes Stand in Led Zeppelin Trial, Says He Doesn’t Remember Seeing Spirit in Concert

Led Zeppelin's plagiarism trial over the authorship of "Stairway to Heaven" moved into its sixth day, and singer Robert Plant took the stand.

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Atlantic Records

Led Zeppelin Asks Judge To End ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Copyright Trial

Lawyers representing Jimmy Page and Robert Plant asked a judge Monday to end the ongoing Led Zeppelin copyright infringement trial.

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Kevin Mazur, Getty Images

Did Robert Plant Turn Down $14 Million for Led Zeppelin Desert Trip Reunion?

Robert Plant has gone on record repeatedly in recent years regarding his absolute disinterest in reuniting Led Zeppelin, and according to a new rumor, he may have just proved it in a really big way.

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Laurance Ratner, Getty Images

Led Zeppelin’s ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Trial Continues Into Fourth Day

Led Zeppelin's plagiarism trial over the authorship of "Stairway to Heaven" moved into its fourth day on Friday.

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Tim P. Whitby, Getty Images / Disney

‘Stairway to Heaven’ Judge Angered by Spirit’s ‘Mary Poppins’ Line of Questioning

Spirit's attorney questioned Jimmy Page over the influence of a song from 'Mary Poppins' on "Stairway to Heaven."

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Courthouses of the Holy: Everything You Need to Know About the Led Zeppelin ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Trial

A timeline of events leading up to the trial of Led Zeppelin's classic "Stairway to Heaven."

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