Led Zeppelin‘s The Song Remains The Same has been expanded and remastered for a four LP heavyweight (180g) vinyl box set, released today (July 22), and 100 copies have been made as limited edition white vinyl.
The reissue of the soundtrack to their 1976 concert film which documents Led Zep’s three Madison Square Gardens concerts features six additional tracks, not on the original version.
The deluxe four LP reissue also includes liner notes by Cameron Crowe and the remastering was overseen personally by band guitarist Jimmy Page with Kevin Shirley.
The six songs that were not on the original release are:
“Over The Hills And Far Away,”
“Misty Mountain Hop,”
“Since I’ve Been Loving You,”
There have only been 200 copies of the limited edition white vinyl version
of The Song Remains the Same, with only 100 of these being made available for sale through LedZeppelin.com.
100 fans who order the LP box set will be chosen at random to receive the white viyl edition.
Also, Led Zeppelin are to issue a 4 LP heavyweight edition of their hugely succesful 22- track remastered song collection Mothership. This deluxe set will be available on August 26, 2008.