Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin Win Grammys
God Is Dead? from 13, Sabbath's acclaimed reunion album with Ozzy Osbourne, headed off competition from Anthrax, Dream Theater, Killswitch Engage and Volbeat. It's the band's second Grammy after they won the same category for classic track Iron Man in 2000, three decades after its original release.
Zeppelin's Celebration Day finally won the iconic band an individual Grammy until now they'd only received a lifetime achievement gong from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Recorded at the band's historic reunion show in 2007, the record outscored David Bowie's surprise comeback The Next Day and Kings Of Leon's Mechanical Bull, Queens Of The Stone Age's Like Clockwork and Neil Young with Crazy Horse's Psychedelic Pill. more on this story
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