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Led Zeppelin Will Release Rarities for First Time

Led Zeppelin On Stage In New York
Michael Putland—Getty Images Bassist John Paul Jones, singer Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page of British rock band Led Zeppelin performing on stage at Madison Square Garden in New York City in June 1977

The veteran British rock band will issue remastered versions of its first three albums -- Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II, and Led Zeppelin III -- that also contain several never-released songs and other surprises

Led Zeppelin will release remastered versions of Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II and Led Zeppelin III on June 3 with songs never previously released. Although the 1970s English metal band has reissued its albums several times, it has rarely released never-before-heard material.

The extra material includes a concert recorded in Paris in 1969, alternate mixes of certain songs, outtakes and four unreleased songs: “La La,” “Jennings Farm Blues,” “Bathroom Sound,” and a medley of “Key to the Highway” and “Trouble in Mind.”

As reported by the new York Times, the new material will be available either on CDs, records or digital download.

[New York Times]

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