Led Zeppelin shook London’s O2 Arena last night (10.12.07) with a blistering comeback performance.

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The legendary band – singer Robert Plant, 59, guitarist Jimmy Page, 63, bassist John Paul Jones, 61, and 41-year-old drummer Jason Bonham – blew the roof off the sold-out venue with their trademark ear-splitting sound.

The group kicked off with Good Times Bad Times to deafening cheers, before ripping through a set – their first full-length show since they split in 1980 after Jason’s dad John Bonham’s untimely death at the of just 32 – littered with their classic tracks.

Fans were treated to Black Dog, Kashmir, Dazed and Confused and Whole Lotta Love, but the biggest cheer of the night was saved for Stairway To Heaven.

The concert was held as a tribute to the late Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, who signed the group in 1968, and after the band had finished playing the song, Plant shouted: ‘Hey Ahmet, we did it man!’