Led Zeppelin is by far my all-time favorite band. Maybe because their music was the soundtrack of my younger days or mostly that I still enjoy hearing the tunes more than ever in my later days. I am a record collector like my father before me. I was born in '61, so I didn't get to see them on tour, though. Poor me, I was deprived of seeing the greatest live rock band, ever. But, one day I looked through my oldest brother' records and saw he had every Zeppelin record up to TSRTS. This took place around '77 and when I started checking out the album artwork is thought to myself, "These are cool". So, I asked him, "I've never listened to any Led Zeppelin, and what album do you think I should hear, first?" He said, " Led Zeppelin II, then IV." I took his advice and I've been hooked ever since. Anyway, I've collected alot of Zepp over the years, here we go: All of the vinyl records All of the first-issue CDs The LZ Box Set The LZ Box Set 2 The Remasters 2CD + Profiled Set The Complete Studio Recordings Box Set BBC Sessions Early & Latter Days The Song Remains The Same - Remastered CD & DVDs The Led Zeppelin DVD How The West Was Won CD & DVD-Audio Sets Mothership Deluxe Ed. The first-issued Japanese Mini-LP Album Cover Set. Including Page & Plant's No Quarter, and BBC Sessions and Early/Latter Day Mini-LPs. The Japanese SHM Definitive Collection Mini-LP Album Box Set. Including Page & Plant's Walking Into Clarksdale SHM Mini-LP. And, of course Celebration Day Deluxe Ed. CDs, Blu-ray DVD + Bonus DVD. No Quarter Unledded CD & DVD, Walking Into Clarksdale. Jimmy Page's Death Wish II OST & Outrider. Including Jimmy' only solo single, She Just Satisfies b/w Keep Moving CD from Immediate Records and many session works CDs. All of Robert Plant's CDs including the Nine Lives Set, Sixty Six to Timbuktu and Raising Sand with Alison Krauss. John Paul Jones' Scream For Help OST, Zooma and The Thunderthief. Including Diamanda Galas & JPJ's, "The Sporting Life", and Heart's, "The Road Home" and Them Crooked Vultures. Also, many Promos, Radio Shows, Interview, Singles & Bootlegs, too many to mention. Led Zeppelin is one of the only bands that has continued to bring me the same enjoyment than when I first discovered them.