A best-of double CD, a DVD of their 1976 film concert plus the soundtrack to it topped with bonus materials will be available for purchase.
Led Zeppelin is giving a healthy dose of releases prior their alleged reunion. As many as three new titles are offered to their fans to endure the band's legacy in the past.
24 tracks presented in double CD format are comprised in a best-of package titled "Mothership". The weighty compilation that will arrive November 13 via Atlantic/Rhino is the representative of eight of the band's studio albums that were dated between 1969 to 1979. The tracks are personally chosen by surviving members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones.
The second and third releases are circling on the band's concert film "The Song Remains the Same". Originally released in 1976, a new DVD format containing 14 songs from the original 1973 concert in New York's Madison Garden will be re-issued. As a bonus, there will be unreleased performances of songs "Over the Hills and Far Away," "Celebration Day," "The Ocean" and "Misty Mountain Hop". Rounding up the DVD set is a 40 minutes BBC interview with Plant that was dated back in 1976.
The soundtrack of the enhanced "The Song" will also be released with bonus materials. "Black Dog," "Over the Hills and Far Away," "Misty Mountain Hop," "Since I've Been Loving You," "The Ocean" and "Heartbreaker" are added to the original tracklisting.
Both the film concert and the soundtrack will be dropped November 20 via Warner Home Video and Atlantic/Rhino respectively. Everything can be purchased from ledzeppelin.