Led Zeppelin : Landing The Mothership

October 29, 2007 by
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In support of the launch of the Led Zeppelin YouTube channel there’s a Led Zeppelin contest/sweepstakes with YouTube. The Grand Prize winner will receive the complete Led Zeppelin catalog and a Gibson Guitar. We want Zeppelin fans to film themselves and explain what Led Zeppelin means to them. Below are links to the contest.

Apple® announced that a special digital boxed set containing Led Zeppelin’s entire discography, “The Complete Led Zeppelin,” is now available for pre-order exclusively on the iTunes® Store (www.itunes.com). “The Complete Led Zeppelin” is a 165-track collection of all 13 of the legendary group’s albums, including the new career-spanning “Mothership” retrospective, for only $99.

Led Zeppelin’s “Mothership,” a 24-track collection of the group’s best-known songs, hand-picked by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, is also available for pre-order. Touching on every studio album, the collection contains defining songs including “Whole Lotta Love,” “Rock and Roll” and “Kashmir.” In addition to “The Complete Led Zeppelin” and “Mothership,” Led Zeppelin’s entire catalog of songs and albums will also be available for individual purchase and download beginning November 13.

Fans who pre-order “The Complete Led Zeppelin” or “Mothership” will be automatically entered to win the chance to see the band’s reunion performance at London’s O2 Arena on November 26 as part of the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute. The winners will receive two tickets to the show, round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations.*

Led Zeppelin on YouTube:
Led Zeppelin YouTube Contest
Led Zeppelin Contest Rules
Led Zeppelin YouTube Group (this is where users’ sweepstakes entries will appear)

Led Zeppelin on iTunes :
Complete Box

While you’re preordering the box set and pondering just what Led Zeppelin means to you so you can enter the contest, here’s a live track that’s not included in any of the collections for your listening enjoyment.

MP3: Led Zeppelin – How Many More Times
Live August 31, 1969 at The Texas International Pop Festival


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