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“New” Led Zeppelin Song Coming Soon

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It’s not new, but it’s new to us.  Last week, Jimmy Page announced the release date for the latest series of Led Zeppelin “remasters”.  Now comes word that the project will also include a previously unreleased track, originally recorded during the Led Zeppelin II sessions in 1969.

According to a recent interview, Page recently discovered the long lost track “La La” while digging through old studio outtakes.  While the upcoming Zeppelin remasters series promises several alternate versions, expanded versions and rough demos from their first three albums, “La La” is the only unreleased song of the series, which is due out June 3rd.

 

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