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Celebrating Led Zeppelin III’s 50th anniversary, this limited edition of 19,700 copies is a Japanese replica of the 7” single ‘Immigrant Song”
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In celebration of Led Zeppelin III’s 50th anniversary, the band will reissue the Japanese version of the album’s only single – “Immigrant Song” b/w the non-album track “Hey, Hey, What Can I Do” – on 7” vinyl.
“Immigrant Song” and its lyrical references to Norse mythology were inspired by the band’s concert in Reykjavik, Iceland on June 22, 1970. Six days later, the song made its live debut in England at the Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music. That fall, it would appear as the lead-off track on Led Zeppelin III.
Limited to 19,700 copies, the single comes in a sleeve that replicates the original artwork.
Hey, Hey, What Can I Do