You can make your own Led Zepplin Greatest Hits Playlist and a fancy logo

In January 1969, Led Zeppelin was released on an unsuspecting world with the release of their debut album.

Just 10 months later, in October 1969, the band’s album Led Zeppelin II was released.

50 years later, Led Zeppelin remains one of the most important bands in music history whose songs continue to be discovered and embraced by each new generation.

To kick off the celebration of the band’s golden anniversary, a new career-spanning digital album Led Zeppelin x Led Zeppelin was released last fall on all digital download and streaming platforms.

Today, the band has kicked off a new playlist program that will allow fans and fellow artists to assemble their own, personalized Led Zeppelin playlists using the LED ZEPPELIN PLAYLIST GENERATOR.

You can use the generatore to build a playlist using any track from the Led Zeppelin catalog, including all their studio and live albums plus the deluxe editions released over the last few years.

Once complete, the LED ZEPPELIN PLAYLIST GENERATOR will then create custom, personalized cover art to accompany the playlist and allow fans to share via social media.

Fans can also use the program to generate their own personalized social media profile picture of their name in the famous Led Zeppelin font.

Now Mike Allen’s Playlist is as follows:

Babe I’m Gonna Leave You

You Shook Me

Dazed and Confused

I Can’t Quit You Baby

Bring It On Home

Since I’ve Been Loving You

Gallows Pole

Tangerine

Going to California

The Rain Song

Over The Hills and Far Away

The Ocean

In My Time of Dying

Down By The Seaside

Nobody’s Fault But Mine

Candy Store Rock

In The Evening

I Can’t Quit You Baby

Travelling Riverside Blues

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