World's Largest Led Zeppelin Collection Acquired by Rockaway Records

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Led Zeppelin LPs, 45s, concert programs and T-shirts are just a few of the collectors' items recently acquired by Los Angeles-based Rockaway Records. The fast-selling memorabilia is now available both in store and online at http://www.rockaway.com.

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Rockaway Records is thrilled to announce its recent purchase of one of the world's largest Led Zeppelin collections. The collection includes more than one ton -- 2,500 pounds -- of Led Zeppelin records (LPs and 45s), CDs, books, magazines, concert programs and tickets, T-shirts and memorabilia. A small part of the collection is on sale at Rockaway's online store, http://www.rockaway.com, while the bulk of the collection is available at the Rockaway Records retail store in Los Angeles.

Zeppelin fans, collectors and others interested in owning a piece of rock history must hurry -- the collection is selling fast.

The new inventory of Led Zeppelin vinyl and memorabilia is only a fraction of the wide ranging items available from Rockaway Records. For more than 30 years, the store has sold CDs, DVDs, posters and other items to fans and collectors worldwide. Rockaway's inventory is constantly changing. The store's buyers travel around the world looking for music memorabilia and are seldom outbid on high quality collections.

Rockaway's retail store is probably best known for having one of the greatest selections of used CDs and DVDs in Los Angeles, with the average price of a CD or DVD around $5. The online store, http://www.rockaway.com, is known worldwide for having the best selection of rare and collectible vinyl (LPs and 45s), posters, awards and memorabilia. Rockaway.com sells all types of music from the 1950s to the present, but its specialty is classic rock, featuring an incredible selection of rarities by the Beatles, Beach Boys, Led Zeppelin, Alice Cooper and Frank Zappa.

Since its inception, Rockaway has sold some of the world's rarest records and memorabilia, including the 2008 sale of a Beatles record for $80,000. The record was a 1966 sealed mint-condition original first state stereo "butcher cover" that came from the collection of Alan Livingston, president of Capitol Records in 1966.

Records, concert programs and other memorabilia and items from the recently acquired Led Zeppelin collection are available at the Rockaway Records' retail store at 2395 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039 in the Silverlake area. Rockaway Records is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, visit http://www.rockaway.com.

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