The Beatles and Led Zeppelin compared.
To start off with, The Beatles and Led Zeppelin weren't quite from the same era, but it was close. The Beatles released their first full-length album in the U.S., "Introducing the Beatles," in January of 1964. Their last original album, "Let It Be," came out in May of 1970. Towards the end of The Beatles' career, Led Zeppelin emerged, releasing "Led Zeppelin I" in 1969. The Beatles split up shortly before "Let It Be" hit stores, but Led Zeppelin continued on to release eight more albums, ending with "Coda" in 1982. As you can see, there really wasn't very much overlap between the two timef…
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