March 22, 1975

On this day in 1975, Led Zeppelin’s sixth record, Physical Graffiti, reached No. 1 on the U.S. Top 100 chart.

Recorded in multiple ways, over the span of four years, it would turn into a double album by the time the band was finished with it. Recording took place in some famous locations, such as Headley Grange in East Hampshire, England, and Ronnie Lane’s legendary mobile recording studio.

By March 29, 1975, Led Zeppelin would see all six of their albums in the U.S. Top 100 chart, all in the same two weeks.

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