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Quiz about Led Zeppelin Album Match
Quiz about Led Zeppelin Album Match

Led Zeppelin Album Match Trivia Quiz

Can you match each one of these Led Zeppelin songs with the studio album on which it first appeared?

A matching quiz by Dizart. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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4 mins
Match Quiz
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
# Qns
Avg Score
8 / 10
Last 3 plays: samantha1623 (10/10), Guest 138 (8/10), FINN13 (10/10).
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. Achilles Last Stand  
  Houses of the Holy
2. No Quarter  
  Led Zeppelin III
3. Darlene  
  Physical Graffiti
4. Whole Lotta Love  
5. Fool in the Rain  
  In Through the Out Door
6. Kashmir  
7. Immigrant Song  
  Led Zeppelin
8. Stairway to Heaven  
  Physical Graffiti
9. Dazed and Confused  
  Led Zeppelin II
10. Down by the Seaside  
  Four Symbols

Select each answer

1. Achilles Last Stand
2. No Quarter
3. Darlene
4. Whole Lotta Love
5. Fool in the Rain
6. Kashmir
7. Immigrant Song
8. Stairway to Heaven
9. Dazed and Confused
10. Down by the Seaside

Most Recent Scores
Dec 07 2023 : samantha1623: 10/10
Dec 07 2023 : Guest 138: 8/10
Dec 04 2023 : FINN13: 10/10
Nov 23 2023 : Guest 73: 10/10
Nov 23 2023 : Guest 86: 10/10
Nov 18 2023 : NovaRacing: 10/10
Nov 17 2023 : miamisammy29: 10/10
Nov 16 2023 : Guest 109: 7/10
Nov 15 2023 : Guest 94: 7/10

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Achilles Last Stand

Answer: Presence

"Achilles Last Stand" is the opening track on the 1976 album "Presence", and, at ten and a half minutes, the longest one. Inspired by the hero of the Trojan War, killed by an arrow in his heel, the song became a staple of Zeppelin live shows for the rest of their career.
2. No Quarter

Answer: Houses of the Holy

"No Quarter" is a track on the 1973 album "Houses of the Holy". The keyboards of John Paul Jones feature strongly on this song, which was a part of the band's live sets for many years.
3. Darlene

Answer: Coda

"Darlene" was originally recorded as part of the sessions for the 1978 album "In Through the Out Door" but didn't make it onto the album. It eventually appeared on the 1982 release "Coda". John Paul Jones plays the piano on this song.
4. Whole Lotta Love

Answer: Led Zeppelin II

With one of the most famous opening riffs in rock history, "Whole Lotta Love" was a track on the 1969 album "Led Zeppelin II". It was released as a single in the USA, reaching number four on the Billboard chart - the band never released a single in their home country, the United Kingdom.
5. Fool in the Rain

Answer: In Through the Out Door

"Fool in the Rain" was a song on the 1979 album "In Though the Out Door". The samba rhythm on this song was inspired by the TV theme music for the 1978 soccer world cup in Argentina.
6. Kashmir

Answer: Physical Graffiti

"Kashmir", at eight and a half minutes, was the second-longest track on the 1975 double album "Physical Graffiti". Although Kashmir is in India and Pakistan, the song was actually inspired by a holiday taken by Robert Plant thousands of miles away in Morocco.
7. Immigrant Song

Answer: Led Zeppelin III

The opening track on the 1970 album "Led Zeppelin III", "Immigrant Song" references Norse mythology and Viking warriors. The song was inspired by a visit by the band to Iceland for a 1970 concert.
8. Stairway to Heaven

Answer: Four Symbols

Probably the most famous Zeppelin song of them all, "Stairway to Heaven" was never released as a single but was still played relentlessly by American radio stations. Regularly voted near the top of "greatest song ever" polls throughout the years, the track appeared on the fourth Led Zeppelin album, released in 1971. No title ever appeared on this album, and it is variously referred to as "Led Zeppelin IV", "Untitled", ZoSo" or "Four Symbols", which refers to the four hand drawn symbols on the inner sleeve.
9. Dazed and Confused

Answer: Led Zeppelin

"Dazed and Confused" was a track on the band's eponymous 1969 debut album. The studio version is around six and a half minutes in length, but the live version (a part of virtually every Led Zeppelin concert over the next six years) often clocked in at over 20 minutes, with Jimmy Page incorporating guitar solos into the performance.
10. Down by the Seaside

Answer: Physical Graffiti

As Led Zeppelin only ever released nine studio albums, I have included two tracks from the 1975 double album "Physical Graffiti". "Down by the Seaside" was originally meant to be included on the untitled fourth Led Zeppelin album, but was held over until room was found on "Graffiti". John Paul Jones plays an electric piano on this song.
Source: Author Dizart

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