In a must buy for all Led Zeppelin fans, the bands classic 1976 album The Song Remains The Same is set to be reissued later this year.
Recorded at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden in July 1973, the soundtrack will be re-mastered and re-released having been overseen by Zep guitarist Jimmy Page. The album is scheduled for official release on September 7th via Atlantic/Swan Song.
You’ll be able to get the album on all formats including CD, vinyl, on digital platforms, as a hi-res 5.1 surround sound Blu-ray. As for you avid collectors, You’ll be able to snap up a Super Deluxe box set. Included with the box set will be an embossed cover of the original album and as a first, the full-length feature film and soundtrack will be available in the same package.
The 4LP set has some differences. Jimmy Page has tinkered the track listing. In this version of the release, the 29-minute version of Dazed And Confused will appear in full on one side of vinyl for the very first time.
It’s a big year for Zeppelin, on this, their 50th year, The Song Remains The Same is the latest album to be re-released to mark the bands anniversary.
This year also saw the release of, How The West Was Won being reissued, as well as a 7-inch yellow vinyl featuring the Sunset Sound Mix of Rock And Roll and the Olympic Studio Mix of Friends was introduced to mark Record Store Day.