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BBC Previewing Unheard Tracks From Led Zeppelin Remasters

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 21: (L-R) John Paul Jones, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin attend a press conference to announce Led Zeppelin's new live DVD Celebration day at 8 Northumberland Avenue on September 21, 2012 in London, England.

There have been a “whole lotta” previews of previously unreleased tracks from the pending reissues of the Led Zeppelin I, II and III remasters coming out June 3rd, and the BBC has the exclusive on two new sneak peeks.

An excerpt of an early demo of “Whole Lotta Love” and a clip of “Key to the Highway”, a cover of the 1940 blues standard from Charles Segar, have surfaced on BBC.com. 

The clips were featured alongside an interview where Robert Plant mentioned that despite Zeppelin’s catalog receiving a full reissue that there’s “zero” chance the remaining members will reunite and perform again.

The last time the surviving members of Led Zeppelin performed together was in December 2007 when they reunited to take part in the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert at London’s O2 Arena.

While the world may never see Zeppelin take the stage again, the hype behind these remasters is continuing to build, and it is looking like their release will more than live up to the buzz.