Led Zeppelin's remastered edition of Physical Graffiti released

Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti

This week the long-awaited reissue of the album Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin, in a new version especially by Jimmy Page himself, and which is part of the remastering project of all the albums of the legendary British band. Physical Graffiti is considered one of the best rock double albums in history, a record work that, in its fifteen songs, the group unleashes its creativity by relating classic rock with other styles, such as funk groove, and carrying Oriental influences, as in Kashmir, one of the great classics of the group.

Physical Graffiti It has been considered one of the best works on the Zeppelin label, achieving sixteen platinum records in the US, achieving commercial success on both sides of the Atlantic and acclaimed by critics around the world. This new remastered version features a bonus disc that includes seven previously unreleased songs, including an early version of 'Trampled Under Foot' titled 'Brandy & Coke', or raw mixes of songs like 'In My Time Of Dying' and 'Houses Of The Holy'.

All these unreleased versions will allow their fans to hear these well-known songs from a different perspective, such as the Sunset Sound mixes of 'Boogie With Stu' and 'Driving Through Kashmir', or an 8-minute orchestral version of their greatest work, 'Kashmir'. Physical Graffiti is now available for sale in physical versions of double CD, triple CD, double LP, triple LP and also in a deluxe box that includes a 96-page book with never-before-seen photos and memorabilia material from this album.

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