The Complete Studio Recordings is a ten compact disc box set by the English rock group Led Zeppelin, released by Atlantic Records on 24 September 1993. It contains all nine of the original Led Zeppelin studio albums digitally remastered, plus an expanded version of the posthumous release Coda. The discs are physically paired together in double-disc booklets and arranged in chronological order, with the exception of Presence (placed between Houses of the Holy and Physical Graffiti) being paired with Houses of the Holy in order to keep the two discs of Physical Graffiti together in the same case.
Four bonus tracks were added to the Coda disc. These were "Baby Come On Home" which had appeared on Led Zeppelin Boxed Set 2, along with some of the previously unreleased tracks that had surfaced on the 1990 box set: "Travelling Riverside Blues", "White Summer/Black Mountain Side", and "Hey, Hey, What Can I Do". This expanded version of Coda created for the box set was also later released to digital stores in 2007 with the digital release of the full Led Zeppelin catalog, but with "Travelling Riverside Blues" omitted due to it already being included in BBC Sessions.
The set also includes a booklet featuring an extended essay by rock journalist Cameron Crowe and photos of the band.
The album cover depicts the inside structure of a zeppelin.