The fourth album from Led Zeppelin, intentionally left untitled, turned heads because of the music but also also due to the curious lack of title or band name on the album jacket, odd cover art, and the cryptic symbols (later said to represent the different members of the band). "The Mighty Zep" wanted to dispel any hype, strip down everything to the basics, and be appreciated solely for their music. But the nicknames for the record began to cultivate their own mythology, sometimes called Runes, Zoso, The Hermit, and The Fourth Album, among many others. In the end, Led Zeppelin IV went platinum 23 times and has become one of the most celebrated albums of the 20th century. It was recorded in several different places, including a pastoral Victorian estate in England at the recommendation of contemporaries Fleetwood Mac.
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