CD Bootleg Discography

      This chapter is dedicated to give a detailed description of the most significant CD labels involved in publicing Led Zeppelin's ROIOs. It contains not only professional labeled silvers, but also some professional and CD-R labels which used to produce (or still do) CD-Rs. I excluded many low budget labels and almost all of compilations, mostly due to the fact they do not show important value for most of the collectors and very often are reissues of material released.

      I especially focused on many Japanese as most of them are priceless for Zeppelin's collectors, because they contain material that hasn't been published before and was rarely (or never) reissued on other albums. The most significant of them is EV which has published many worth-getting titles. The interest that they arouse is caused not only by the unique music material they contain, but also by the most beautiful cover designs. Especially Tarantura (and their successor, T2K) and Empress Valley may be praised for having published many tapes that are really hard to find or are rarely reissued. However, there's also some criticism around them as quite often these labels also using heavy mastering, making their titles overdone.

      Due to extreme amount of variety, I have decided to link most of the labels to an excellent Bootledz site, where complete and detailed discographies can be found. In some other cases I am using Discogs and Bootlegopedia databases. You may also want to browse AirRaid site. However, their discographies aren't much detailed and this site is focused heavily on newest releases from the Far East only.

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