As Led Zeppelin celebrates 50 years from the release of their first record, Billboard crunched online sales and on-demand streams data of the band’s 94 songs to determine which have made the British rockers the most money.
Starting in November 2007, when Zep allowed their catalog on iTunes, through July 12, 2018, Billboard only looked at individual plays selected by the online user. Of course, “Stairway To Heaven” topped the list, earning the band a cool $2,903,223.42 in that time. “Kashmir” comes in second, taking in another $1,421,130.32. “Immigrant Song,” “Black Dog,” and “Whole Lotta Love,” round out the top 5, each netting at least one million each.