The forthcoming deluxe edition of Led Zeppelin II includes a never-before-released instrumental track that the band recorded in 1969 called "La La" which has just surfaced online in advance of its release date (June 3). Led Zeppelin recorded the track, which remains unfinished and appears as a rough mix on the reissue, with the rest of the album. Toward the end of "La La" when Jimmy Page plays a solo, the voice of one band member, presumably Robert Plant, can be heard singing, "Yeeeah."

The forthcoming deluxe edition of Led Zeppelin II includes a never-before-released instrumental track that the band recorded in 1969 called “La La” which has just surfaced online in advance of its release date (June 3).

Led Zeppelin recorded the track, which remains unfinished and appears as a rough mix on the reissue, with the rest of the album. Toward the end of “La La” when Jimmy Page plays a solo, the voice of one band member, presumably Robert Plant, can be heard singing, “Yeeeah.”



The group are about to begin their extensive reissue campaign.

Each deluxe edition contains a full bonus disc of previously unreleased Zeppelin recordings. Led Zeppelin features a full live set the group recorded Paris the same month that its sequel came out. Led Zeppelin II includes mixes of five songs on the album, two instrumental versions of songs and “La La.” And Led Zeppelin III boasts seven studio outtakes, instrumental work-in-progress versions of “Bron-Y-Aur Stomp” and “Out on the Tiles” and a blues medley of “Key to the Highway” and “Trouble in Mind”.

A trailer for the forthcoming reissue of Led Zeppelin’s second album, Led Zeppelin II, was recently released.

Click below to watch the clip, which is soundtracked by the previously unreleased rough mix of “Whole Lotta Love”.



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