Here's Led Zeppelin's Top 10 Digital Moneymakers

 

via UCR          The number crunchers over at Billboard have been doing a little research on the Mighty Led Zeppelin. They've taken a look back at revenues from Nielsen Media that computes online sales and on-demand streams. The study tracked 94 Led Zeppelin songs from November 2007, when their catalog first became available on iTunes, through July 12, 2018.

What is unique about this list is the study measured the popularity of each individual song with fans. Pre-Programmed streams, radio play, full-album sales and physical sales weren't included. Instead, it included only when a customer decided which song they wanted to play. Live tracks, alternate versions or outtakes were not included.

Here is a list of the Top Ten Digital Moneymakers for Led Zeppelin (as chosen by the Fans):

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)

Click HERE for a look at the rest of the list.

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