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Hello everyone! I would like to have your opinion on the possible value of a Led Zeppelin III Mispress: It is a Led Zeppelin III vinyl, German pressing from the 70s. The cover is the wheel as usual, and the labels are written correctly. However, when you play the vinyl, on all the side A, it is not Led Zeppelin, but is it Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's side A album "Deja Vu". The vinyl itself is in very good shape, overall VG+. I can't find anywhere on the internet the very similar product. On this link: https://recordmecca.com/item-archives/led-zeppelin-iii-previo
Hi guys, i was just wondering if anybody on here knows anything about a German pressing of PG with the wrong side pressed? It has the known misprinted labels "Hause of the holy" and "Boggie with stu" but also has "Dazed and confused" (song remains the same version) on side B? The spine code is as follows... SSK 89400-O (SS 2-200) LED ZEPPELIN PHYSICAL GRAFFITI - SWAN SONG STEREO France: WE 322 ultimately i'm looking for any information possible including a rough price as i cant seem to find anything online within regards to this. thanks in advance Daren
Just finished listening to the new Houses Of The Holy LP (vinyl) reissue and noticed that it seemed oddly speeded up - song "The Song Remains The Same" in particular is noticeable. So we A-B'd it with a new digital file and a copy of the original vinyl and even synched them - sure enough, the new HOTH is too fast (the song in question finishes 3 seconds early in fact). Has anyone else checked this out yet?