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29 Palms hit the airwaves as a single back in 1993. Across the board it was the highest single from the four releases.
This tack can be found on the album Fate Of Nations.
Big Log became a top 10 in the US for Robert Plant from his 2nd solo album post Led Zeppelin.
The song reached #6 in the US, #11 in the UK and #5 in The Netherlands and #7 in New Zealand. The track can be found on The Principle Of Moments album.
Can't Let Go was released as a single from the 2021 album Raise The Roof from Alison Krauss and Robert Plant.
The song reached #8 in the US. It appears that was the only single from the album.
Gone Gone Gone was a duet with Alison Krauss back in 2007 and when released as a single reached #2 in the US.
In the UK the song reached 109. You'll find the song on the Raising Sand album.
Hey Hey What Can I Do was not the official A-Side single but it did make it to the B-Side of The Immigrant Song.
Both songs are off of the 1970 album led Zeppelin III.
Hot Dog, like Hey Hey What Can I Say, was the B-side to the single Fool In The Rain.
Both songs are found on the 1979 album In Through The Out Door.
I'm Gonna Crawl is a track from the groups 1979 album In Through The Out Door.
The song was never released as a single.
Ramble On is a track from the bands 1969 album entitled Led Zepplin II.
This song was recorded in New York while the band was on their second US tour. It was never released as a single.
Stairway To Heaven was one of three singles released from the Led Zeppelin IV album from 1971.
This song is probably the most famous single but others charted higher. This one peaked at #15 in Germany and #37 in the UK but did not chart at all in Canada or the US.
Tangerine hails from the acoustic folk rock album of 1970 entitled Led Zeppelin III.
This one was written by Jimmy Page but only two singles came from this album and this song was not one of them.
Thank You is also a track from the 1969 album Led Zeppelin II.
This number was also co-written by Robert Plant and Jimmy page but never released as a single.
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