March 1975: When Led Zeppelin's Entire Catalog Rocked the Billboard 200
The year 1975 was a big one for Led Zeppelin in America. Possibly the band's biggest, as far as the Billboard charts were concerned. It was over the week of March 29, 1975, when Led Zeppelin's entire album catalog to date--the six-LP run from Led Zeppelin (1969) through Physical Graffiti (1975)--placed on the Billboard 200 at the same time. No other band had ever achieved such a feat, but no other band was Led Zeppelin. That week, Physical Graffiti was the #1 album in the country. Led Zeppelin IV was #83, Houses of the Holy #92, Led Zeppelin II #104, Led Zeppelin #116, and even the much-maligned at the time Led Zeppelin III, at #124.