While the album cover itself features no title nor band name, Led Zeppelin IV is quite the unforgettable album, complete with some of Zeppelin's best songs of all time. Upon receiving just okay feedback on their previous album, Led Zeppelin III, the band took to a nameless album (though commonly referred to as Led Zeppelin IV) as a way to avoid similar reviews. However, with the lineup of great songs throughout the album, what's now known as Led Zeppelin IV will go down as one of the group's best albums. Not only that, but it's also considered one of the best albums of all time.
With top songs like "Rock and Roll", "When the Levee Breaks", and the ever-popular and often-covered "Stairway to Heaven", Led Zeppelin IV is truly an album for the books. As if they hadn't already established themselves as one of the greatest rock bands, Led Zeppelin really proved they had "it". In other words, their fourth studio album really shut the critics up, as the band let the music speak for itself. Featuring plenty of Jimmy Page guitar solos, as well as those from John Bonham, each song on the album is worth a listen or 500.
Though every song on the album really rocks, some clearly stand out over others. So, what are the best songs on Led Zeppelin IV? Take a look at the list below and vote up your favorite songs to rank them best to worst (though there may not be a worst).