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Led Zeppelin proves what’s old is new again

Led Zeppelin proves what’s old is new again

CHART TOPPERS:Mr. Anthony Grant, MP, center, Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of presenting Gold Discs to members of the Led Zeppelin pop group on shown on Oct. 14, 1970 in London. The awards were for one million sales each of the group?s records. Holding their Discs are from left: Manager Peter Grant; Jimmy Page; John Paul Jones; and Robert Plant. Photo: Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Led Zeppelin’s first three albums have hit the top 10, more than 40 years after their original release.

The first three albums have been reissued as deluxe versions.

The first one is number 7 on the Billboard 200, the second is number 9, and the third is number 10.

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