Led Zeppelin IV was rereleased in an array of formats, including a deluxe two-CD edition with eight bonus tracks and a box set with an 80-page book. The album sold 35,000 copies in athe week ending Nov. 2, according to Nielsen SoundScan (up 3,042 percent).
IV houses the band’s two most-played songs on the radio in 2014: “Black Dog” and “Rock and Roll.” According to Nielsen BDS, the tracks have garnered 27,677 and 23,227 spins, respectively, across all monitored U.S. stations and networks this year.
Led Zeppelin IV’s iconic track “Stairway to Heaven” is the group’s best-selling download, with 1.7 million sold. The epic song, which clocks in at a little more than eight minutes, is the band’s 12th-most-played radio cut in 2014.