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Led Zeppelin Announces Reissue Of 'Songs Remain The Same': Here's When It Will Be Released

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'The Song Remains The Same' will be reissued on CD, Blu-Ray, vinyl, digital formats this year as part of Led Zeppelin's 50th-anniversary celebration. The soundtrack will be released in September.READ MORE

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WATCH: 8-Year-Old Drummer Slays With Led Zeppelin ‘Good Times Bad Times’ Cover

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Yoyoka Soma gained fans from all over the world because of her incredible cover of Led Zeppelin's 'Good Times Bad Times.' The 8-year-old drummer currently plays with her family band Kaneaiyoyoka.READ MORE

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You Can Now Pre-Order Led Zeppelin 50th Anniversary Book For $70

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To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Led Zeppelin worked on a book that featured unpublished photos and artworks from the band's archives. Reel Art Press opened pre-order for 'Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin' this week.READ MORE

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Jason Bonham Thinks Led Zeppelin Will Reunite to Play Together Again

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Hopes for a Led Zeppelin reunion have dwindled with each passing year. After Robert Plant made it clear he had no intentions of reconvening with the iconic classic rock group, Jimmy Page jumped into lengthy process of Zeppelin album reissues. Now, the silver haired guitarist has plans to tour in 2016, further solidifying to fans that they may never see the trio of Plant, Page and John Paul Jones grace a stage together ever again. Jason Bonham, however, believes that he and the group will definitely play together again.READ MORE

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Led Zeppelin Concert Film Trailer Features 'Kashmir', 'Immigrant Song' and 'Black Dog' [WATCH]

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A concert film highlighting some of Led Zeppelin's gigs throughout the 1970s is due out at the end of the month. Fathom Events, in collaboration with Swan Song and Atlantic Records, put together the two-hour film, which hits select theaters Mar. 30. The production companies recently released a concert trailer in advance of the film.READ MORE

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Led Zeppelin Share Rough Mix of "Houses Of The Holy" From Upcoming 'Physical Graffiti' Reissue [LISTEN]

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Next month, Led Zeppelin will be releasing the remastered edition of their classic 1975 album, 'Physical Graffiti,' with a bonus disc of alternate mixes, and today the rough mix of one of the album's standout tracks "Houses of the Holy" has been shared, which you can check out below. Even if you're not an audiophile, the differences between this version and the original are quite obvious — the bass is more prominent, the drums are looser, Robert Plant's vocals (particularly the backing vocals) are pushed up in the mix, and there are less guitar overdubs. It's a fascinating listen for diehard Zeppelin fans, but you probably won't prefer this to the album version.READ MORE

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Led Zeppelin To Reissue 'Physical Graffiti' On Its 40th Anniversary Next Month

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Led Zeppelin are continuing their reissue campaign with the remastered version of their 1975 classic Physical Graffiti, which will be released on Feb. 24, the 40th anniversary of the album's original release date. According to Rolling Stone, the reissue was remastered by guitarist Jimmy Page (who also served as producer on every Led Zeppelin album) and will be released in a number of different formats, including a standard double CD edition, a triple CD edition with a "companion audio" bonus disc, a double LP edition, a deluxe vinyl edition, and a digital download. However, diehard fans will be most interested in the super deluxe boxset, which includes the deluxe CDs, vinyl, digital downloads, and a 96-page book of rare and unreleased photos and memorabilia.READ MORE

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Heart's Ann Wilson Would be up for Fronting Led Zeppelin, Says She Would Jam with Jimmy Page Anytime

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The three remaining members of Led Zeppelin may never reunite. Fans of the band have probably accepted that fact even though stories have surfaced saying that deals are in the works (and then they've turned out to be false). The main issue is between Robert Plant and Jimmy Page. Page is for a reunion, Plant is against one. John Paul Jones probably doesn't care anymore. So the possibility of the band playing some shows with another lead singer exists, right? Enter Heart's Ann Wilson.READ MORE

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Robert Plant Talks About Why He Won't Reunite with Led Zeppelin; Jimmy Page Talks Led Zep on 'Ellen' [WATCH]

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Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant recently shed some light on why he does not want to reunite with his infamous band. The singer has been a part of other groups, which has allowed him to experiment with different genres and meet other artists. He played with John Bonham in Band of Joy before Led Zep, and he currently records with his superb Sensational Space Shifters band. "I was 19 years old then — why would I ever compromise from then on?" he told Sound Opinions about his Band of Joy days. He was looking for "a colorful, exciting future," one that brought together Led Zep and eventually led him other places. "I cut the cloth according to my needs," he added. "This, to me, is I think one of the most surprising, exciting and stimulating and also mostly heartfelt periods of my time as a singer." Plant revived Band of Joy in 1977, performing with the group until 1983. He also toured with the band in 2010. In 2007 he had a wildly successful release featuring Alison Krauss titled "Raising Sand," and his most recent album with the Sensational Space Shifters, "Lullaby and ... the Ceaseless Roar," has performed well on the charts. Bandmate Jimmy Page made it clear on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that he is not the reason why Led Zeppelin has not reunited since 2007.READ MORE

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Robert Plant Deems $800 Million Led Zeppelin Reunion Story 'Rubbish'

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Fans far and wide marveled at the recent reports of former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant ripping up an $800 million contract for a reunion tour with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones. The proposed deal was allegedly bankrolled by Virgin founder Richard Branson, but Plant's publicist quickly denied the claims after the story began to garner attention. The publicist's statement on behalf of Plant was that the whole thing was "rubbish," "The Guardian" reported. Now all we are left with is a fictional story from the "Daily Mirror" about how Page, Jones and original drummer John Bonham's son Jason all signed on to do a 35-date tour for major money, and Plant ripped the document up in front of the promoters. To sweeten the deal, Branson even reportedly offered to rename one of his jets "The Starship," in reference to the band's old private plane, to take the musicians to different venues.READ MORE

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Jimmy Page Discusses Why Led Zeppelin Didn't Reform After John Bonham's Death

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When Led Zeppelin's iconic, heavy-handed drummer John Bonham passed away in 1980, the band decided to call it quits. No auditions were held to replace Bonham. In a recent interview, guitarist Jimmy Page opened up about why the band never considered to keep going with another person behind the kit.READ MORE

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Led Zeppelin Share Alternate Mix of 'Stairway to Heaven' From Upcoming Reissue [LISTEN]

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Last week, Led Zeppelin gave us a taste of their upcoming "Led Zeppelin IV" remaster with an alternate mix of their classic track "Rock & Roll," and today they have shared an alternate mix of another one of the album's classics: "Stairway to Heaven."READ MORE

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'Led Zeppelin II': 9 Songs Ranked For Its 45th Anniversary

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Today, Oct. 22, marks the 45th anniversary of Led Zeppelin's classic second album Led Zeppelin II. Released just nine months after their debut, Led Zeppelin II refined the band's soaring, metallic take on blues, delivering some of rock's greatest guitar riffs in the process. In celebration of this incredible album, here are its nine songs ranked.READ MORE

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Paul McCartney Shares 'Beware My Love' Alternate Version with John Bonham on Drums [LISTEN]

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The latest reissue gem to surface is a take of the 1976 Wings song "Beware My Love" featuring the talents of bandleader Paul McCartney and former Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham.READ MORE

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Led Zeppelin Shares Alternate Version of 'Rock and Roll' from Upcoming 'Led Zeppelin IV' Reissue

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The deluxe edition of Led Zeppelin's classic album "Led Zeppelin IV" will be out Oct. 28, but today one of the album's exclusive tracks has been shared online: an alternate mix of the revved-up classic "Rock and Roll." The primary difference between this new version and the original is the guitar mix.READ MORE

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