Seventies rock legends Led Zeppelin are releasing a remastered version of what is widely considered to be the greatest double album of all time.
Fans will be eager to get their hands on the reissue of Zep's sixth studio album 'Physical Graffiti', which was remastered by guitarist Jimmy Page and features several previously unheard tracks.
It will land on the 40th anniversary of the double LP's original release on 24 February, 1975.
'Physical Graffiti' was split over two LPs because the original eight tracks were too long.
The apartment blocked used to create the iconic artwork was featured in the video for The Rolling Stones' 'Waiting On A Friend' and still stands today.
The CD set will include a rough orchestra mix of 'Kashmir', then titled 'Driving Through Kashmir', and other early mixes.
1. “Custard Pie”
2. “The Rover”
3. “In My Time Of Dying”
4. “Houses Of The Holy”
5. “Trampled Under Foot”
1. “In The Light”
3. “Down By The Seaside”
4. “Ten Years Gone”
5. “Night Flight”
6. “The Wanton Song”
7. “Boogie With Stu”
8. “Black Country Woman”
9. “Sick Again”
Companion Audio Disc
1. “Brandy & Coke” (Trampled Under Foot - Initial Rough Mix)
2. “Sick Again” (Early Version)
3. “In My Time Of Dying” (Initial Rough Mix)
4. “Houses Of The Holy” (Rough Mix With Overdubs)
5. “Everybody Makes It Through” (In The Light Early Version/In Transit)
6. “Boogie With Stu” (Sunset Sound Mix)
7. “Driving Through Kashmir” (Kashmir Rough Orchestra Mix)
The first five reissued Led Zeppelin albums were loved by critics, receiving Classic Rock's 'Reissue of the Year' award and hitting the Top 10 around the world in 2014.
The remastered version of 'Physical Graffiti' can be snapped up from 23 February and will be available in double CD, triple CD, double LP, triple LP, digital and boxset versions.