Finally, 25 years after their demise, Led Zeppelin received a Grammy for lifetime achievement. I was floored; I have always considered the Grammys a reward for the blatantly commercial, and please don't get me wrong, I am not one of these high brow types that is just out to impress his fellow musicians, I am happiest playing three chord songs in front of a bunch of beer drinkers looking to shake their booties, but I have to say it, the Grammys have lost all credibility with me. It took 25 years to recognize one of the best rock bands of all time? A band whose recordings still sell at full price! If that isn't a mark of staying power I don't know what is. Let me stir the pot a bit, what do you guys think?