Zeppelin Has Made A Whole Lotta Loot!

This Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Led Zeppelin's self-titled debut. And Billboard Magazine has come out with a new ranking of their music.

Billboard has taken data compiled by Nielsen Media on the band and ranked their most popular songs as "voted on by U.S. consumers with their time and money" -- all $22.6-million of it since 2007 when their catalog was made available on iTunes. (This list is based on revenue from downloads and streams, but does not include physical album or singles sales).

Here are the band's Top 10 sellers:

  1. "Stairway to Heaven" - $2,903,223.42
  2. "Kashmir" - $1,421,130.32
  3. "Immigrant Song" - $1,306,140.94
  4. "Black Dog" - $1,167,232.19
  5. "Whole Lotta Love" - $1,034,129.29
  6. "Ramble On" - $888,793.61
  7. "Over the Hills and Far Away" - $757,125.57
  8. "Goin' to California" - $694,689.56
  9. "Rock n' Roll" - $636,985.97
  10. "D'yer Mak'er" - $553,459.73
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