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Led Zeppelin Knows How To Rock

It's been a long time, but Zeppelin still knows how to rock 'n' roll...at least at the cash registers. Led Zeppelin's new three-CD live set, How the West Was Won, just became the group's sixth album to top the charts, a feat nearly a quarter-century in the making. Zeppelin, which broke up 23 years ago following the death of drummer John Bonham, last topped the charts in 1979 with In Through the Out Door and previously issued just one official live album, 1976's The Song Remains the Same. Zep's hugely anticipated new live offering cobbles together material from 1972 shows at the Los Angeles Forum and Long Beach Arena in anticipation of Houses of the Holy. How the West Was Won moved 154,000 copies for the week ended Sunday, according to SoundScan numbers. The related two-disc Led Zeppelin DVD likewise topped the video sales chart with almost 120,000 copies sold. This sets a new record for music video sales, nearly doubling the previous record owned by Paul McCartney's Back in the U.S. (eonline!)

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