Led Zeppelin ‎– The Soundtrack From The Film The Song Remains The Same

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Swan Song ‎– SS 89 402, Swan Song ‎– K 89 402
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold
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A1 Rock And Roll
Written-By – J.Page*, J.Bonham*, J.P.Jones*, R.Plant*
4:03
A2 Celebration Day
Written-By – J.Page*, J.P.Jones*, R.Plant*
3:43
A3 The Song Remains The Same
Written-By – J.Page*, R.Plant*
6:00
A4 Rain Song
Written-By – J.Page*, R.Plant*
8:24
B1 Dazed And Confused
Written-By – J.Page*
26:53
C1 No Quarter
Written-By – J.Page*, J.P.Jones*, R.Plant*
12:30
C2 Stairway To Heaven
Written-By – J.Page*, R.Plant*
10:50
D1 Moby Dick
Written-By – J.Page*, J.Bonham*, J.P.Jones*
12:47
D2 Whole Lotta Love
Written-By – J.Page*, J.Bonham*, J.P.Jones*, R.Plant*
14:24

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Textured gatefold sleeve with 8 page booklet attached to cover.
Black polylined inners.

(Sleeve)
SS 89 402
(SS 2-201)
Germany: Ⓞ
France: WE 322
Made in Germany [..] A Warner Communications company.℗ © 1976 WEA Records Ltd. SWAN SONG INC.
LC 3435.

All songs published by Superhype Music Inc., ASCAP.
Recorded live at Madison Square Garden, New York.

(Labels)
K 89 402
GEMA / Biem
LC 3445.
All titles published by Warner Bros Music / Superhype Music.
(A-side) ℗ 1976 WEA Records Inc.
B,C,D-side) ℗ 1976 WEA Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side stamped (x etched)): R / S Alsdorf 89402 A2xx
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side stamped (x etched)): R / S Alsdorf 89402 B5xx
  • Matrix / Runout (C-side stamped (x etched)): R / S Alsdorf 89402 C2x
  • Matrix / Runout (D-side stamped (x etched)): R / S Alsdorf 89402 D3x
  • Matrix / Runout (A,B,C and D-side stamped): STRAWBERRY (G)
  • Label Code: LC 3435
  • Label Code: LC 3445
  • Rights Society: GEMA / Biem
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Price Code (Germany): O
  • Price Code (France): WE 322

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mikemillford

mikemillford

January 24, 2019
I bought this album in a record store in England during the summer of 1985 or maybe 1986, but I've been unable to determine which is the release year. Any help?
Vinylrecordgeek

Vinylrecordgeek

June 23, 2018
Is it someone here that know the release year of this reissue?
awalkintherain

awalkintherain

November 13, 2012
I read with interest the discussion about the quality of the pressing etc. of side 3 with No Quarter and Stairway to Heaven. Listened twice yesterday to my copy and couldn't find any irregularities. It sounds still fantastic considering it is a live recording of a concert. I understand critics vary wildly in their opinion. To me this double album is one of the best ever and together with Led Zeppelin II and Physical Graffiti ranks among the best they made. It is possible there are various dubious pressings in circulation and the turntable used + the amplifyer + the speakers might influence the overall impression. I would recommend using a separate woofer for the low frequencies or even quadrophonic speakers.