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Led Zeppelin has claimed the highest debut album of the week this week on Australia’s ARIA chart.

Gavin Ryan reports that ‘Celebration Day’, recorded in 2007, debuted at no. 3 on the ARIA chart.

The concert was a tribute to Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, who passed away after tripping and hitting his head at a Rolling Stones concert in 2006 at the Beacon Theatre in New York. He was 83.

‘Celebration Day’ is the 4th live Led Zeppelin album. The first, ‘The Song Remained The Same’ peaked at no. 8 in 1976, ‘Live At The BBC’ peaked at no. 60 in 1997, ‘How The West Was Won’ peaked at no. 10 in 2003.

From: Noise11
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