Led Zeppelin III / reissue video


Only a few weeks to wait for the Led Zeppelin reissues and this video for the third album should get you in the mood.

All three super deluxe edition box sets (Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II and Led Zeppelin III) are released on 2 June 2014.

LZI Deluxe Box

LZII Deluxe Box

Led Zeppelin II box

LZIII Deluxe Box

Led Zeppelin III box

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Got my 2 CD deluxe editions of the first three albums today and I am disappointed that there are THREE separate stickers covering up the artwork on the sleeve, front and back.

1. Huge sticker on back with the track listings
2. Small hologram sticker on back
3. Barcode sticker on front with edition information

They seem excessive and totally spoil the artwork and past experience tells me not to try peeling any of them off.

I just give up with the stupid decisions made by the people in charge sometimes.

Mic Smith

Hey Hey What Can I Do will feature on Coda which will be in the third set of three releases.
I wonder if the bonus disc to that will be Page’s often discussed Chronological Live album?


Where is the B side to Immigrant Song? ‘Hey Hey What Can I Do’ ?


I’m in for all 3 x 2 CD editions

Mic Smith

Of the three albums coming out in this first wave of reissues LZ III is the one I’m looking forward to. Zep I and II are both great albums but the third album is superior in every way. More varied, more considered and a strong indicator for where they were going ahead of their masterpiece fourth album. This was the point where their success meant they had to deliver to silence any doubters.
And deliver they certainly did. Best album of 1970 in my view, ahead of some stunning competition.


They are nice looking sets but due to the fact there are several coming out at once at a fairly high price with presumably the rest to follow and there not being any tracks exclusive to the boxes, I am going for the cheaper double CD versions.

£270 in one hit for all three boxes is quite a jump from the £38 I will paying for the three double CD’s.


I’m doing the same. I’m not a big fan of both vinyl and CD boxes, one or the other is best. I can live without the book and the drop in my bank balance.