The first Led Zeppelin album seemed to come from nowhere. The album coupled driving hard rock with powerful blues to produce an amazing collage of sound the like of which had never been heard before. Drawing on rare footage of Led Zeppelin in performance this powerful and penetrating film features the impartial and forthright views of a leading team of critics and working musicians. Step outside the sanitised world of official releases and take a long hard analytical look at the Led Zeppelin legend. This hard hitting film critique pulls no punches and deals frankly with the failures as well as the success of the band. In order to ensure editorial freedom the film has not been censored, viewed or approved by past or present management or members of Led Zeppelin. This is the long awaited critical review of Led Zeppelin's first album, featuring rare live performances alongside analysis from a leading team of rock journalists and critics.