LED ZEPPELIN WILL mark the 40th anniversary of their mighty album Physical Graffiti by reissuing the record almost exactly four decades to the day of its original release. Originally out on February 24, 1975, the new version – the latest in the band’s Deluxe Edition series – will be available from February 23.
As with the previous reissues, Jimmy Page has remastered the album and added a disc of previously unreleased music, both of which are available across the various formats.
Rarities included this time are Brandy & Coke, an initial rough mix of Trampled Under Foot, an early incarnation of In The Light with different lyrics called Everybody Makes It Through, and an orchestral version of Kashmir entitled Driving Through Kashmir.
For full details, including the various formats and full tracklisting, head to Ledzeppelin.com.
Plus, read on for MOJO’s 50 Greatest Led Zeppelin songs ever. Compiling this ultimate rundown of tracks by the world’s greatest rock band was no easy task, but with help from the likes of The Black Keys, Billy Gibbons, Rick Rubin and MOJO reader’s votes, we arrived at 50 moments of immortal Zeppelin magnificence (originally published in June 2014).