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I’m essentially a Led Zeppelin newbie, (even though I’m no youngster); They’re one band that kept slipping through my fingers back in the day. But recently I decided to fix that, so I just bought The Complete Studio Recordings on CD. I had heard nothing but raves about Jimmy Page’s remastering job and I was really looking forward to the set arriving. I put the first disc in the player and… WTH? Several of the tracks had jarringly abrupt endings; they would begin to fade and then just stop! A few thoughts came to minds; I had been sold a bootleg copy. Page or somebody didn’t kn
Hi all I've just bought a new Led Zeppelin II vinyl double disc remaster on Amazon from a company in Australia (for just £19) and it was sent to me in the UK by airmail via Hong Kong. It turned up and was all well packaged and sealed and looks perfect but when I opened it, disc one is the correct Led Zeppelin II disc but has the Led Zeppelin I label. Anyone else experienced this? It sounds great to me so I'm sure it's not a bootleg edition or anything, but is this unique? Does this make it a real collector's item? Or doesn't it make any difference? Or have I been ripped off? I don't really
I assume everyone knows by now that Page is releasing three albums per year of remasters that also contain unheard cuts/mixes and some actual new songs that have been previously unreleased. Wondering if some of them will be worth buying? From the first three albums, the only one worth a purchase looks to be Led Zeppelin III, having most of all the songs in alternate mixes along with new songs. Led Zeppelin II has different versions and that one new song called "LaLa", which I was planning on just listening to on youtube once it comes out (I'm sure someone will upload it). Also wondering if