What’s old is new again — and popular!

The reissue of the Led Zeppelin catalog continues to be successful, as Led Zeppelin 4 will enter the Billboard album chart at number-seven with 35,000 copies sold. And Houses of the Holy will check in at number-12 with 29,000 copies out the door. This follows the June release of Led Zeppelin 1, 2 and 3, which all landed in the Top 10 with combined sales of 103,000 copies.

Led Zeppelin 4, whose track listing includes “Stairway to Heaven,” “Rock and Roll” and “Black Dog,” peaked at number-two when it was released in 1971. Houses of the Holy spent two weeks at number-one in May 1973.

Physical Graffiti is up next, possibly in February to tie in with its 40th anniversary.