If you're looking for an archetype of the ultimate rock 'n' roll front man, Robert Plant is the obvious choice. As the tight-trousered, sex-oozing, golden-fleeced singer for Led Zeppelin, he became a shining example of the glory and excess of the bloated 1970s music industry. His vocal prowess kicked Zeppelin's bluesy, hard rock jams up a few notches, setting them apart from other English groups who were electrifying American blues and inadvertently creating the genre of heavy metal. Plant was pure sex, punctuating his lyrics with orgasmic moans and innuendo almost to the point of parody. But back then, it worked like a sleazy charm. In Led Zeppelin's... More >>>