More daring, diverse, and dangerous than its predecessor, the English rockers’ sophomore effort still deserves our thanks half a century later.
The currently untitled project will tell the story of the band’s rock ‘n’ roll domination.
A look back at a legendary night that fans are still talking about 50 years later.
See where Physical Graffiti, Houses of the Holy, Led Zeppelin IV, and more stack up in our latest Readers’ Poll.
On this day in 1975, the illustrious band released Physical Graffiti.
Also, Tool’s Danny Carey and Dave Grohl fail to crack the top 25.
One of the unreleased tracks included on deluxe reissue of Houses of the Holy.
A previously unreleased gem from Macca’s forthcoming deluxe reissue of Wings at the Speed of Sound.
Two frames of mind for those confusing times.
Good luck making this decision.
It’s hard not to root for the underdogs in this round.
Welcome to the suck.