It’s a good day for Led Zeppelin fans! Rolling Stone reports that Physical Graffiti, the band’s sixth album, will receive a deluxe reissue on February 24th, the 40th anniversary of the record’s original 1975 release.
In 2012, the band’s guitarist, Jimmy Page, announced that he was setting out to remaster the discography of Led Zeppelin. Page has already successfully done so with the band’s first five albums, and like the previous five, this reissue will include a full album of unreleased material. The seven new tracks include an early take of “In the Light” called “Everybody Makes it Through” and rough mixes of “House of the Holy,” “Trampled Under Foot” and “In My Time of Dying.”
According to Rolling Stone, “the album will be available in a variety of formats, including a standard double CD, a deluxe edition with the companion audio, a double-LP, a deluxe vinyl release, digital download (available in standard and high-def formats) and as a super deluxe box set. The latter version will contain CDs of the deluxe edition, the deluxe vinyl, a download card, a hard-bound, 96-page book containing rare and previously uncirculated photos and memorabilia, and a high-quality print of the album cover.”