Friday 14 September 2012, 11:35 | By

Led Zeppelin won’t reform, will release concert film

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Led Zeppelin

Sorry CMU readers, Led Zeppelin aren’t going to reunite to record or tour any time soon, despite broad web speculation of late based on hints the band themselves had been sharing via Facebook and YouTube this week. Oh well, the world keeps spinning.

Robert Plant and co are merely (I say ‘merely’, I mean momentously, obviously) releasing a new concert movie bearing the title ‘Celebration Day’. It was filmed in 2007, at Led Zep’s last known live appearance at London’s O2 Arena, and features the entire live set they played on that very occasion.

It’s been granted a cinema release on 17 Oct, and will be available to buy in various audio and/or visual formats as of 19 Nov.

Sample part of it now via this trailer, and have a tracklisting for afters:

Tracklisting:

Good Times Bad Times
Ramble On
Black Dog
In My Time of Dying
For Your Life
Trampled Under Foot
Nobody’s Fault But Mine
No Quarter
Since I’ve Been Loving You
Dazed And Confused
Stairway To Heaven
The Song Remains the Same
Misty Mountain Hop
Kashmir
Rock And Roll

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