Led Zeppelin Catalogue Remastered For iTunes Now Available

Led Zeppelin have reissued their catalog via iTunes.

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The band have remastered their studio albums specifically for the digital retailer.

Available titles include:

- Led Zeppelin (1969) - Led Zeppelin II (1969) - Led Zeppelin III (1970) - Led Zeppelin IV (1971) - Houses Of The Holy (1973) - Physical Graffiti (1975) - Presence (1976) - In Through The Out Door (1979) - Coda (1982)

The iTunes versions are a separate project from the long-term remastering plan for the Zeppelin albums revealed by guitarist Jimmy Page recently.

"The catalog was last remastered 20 years ago", Page told, referring to the 1990 release of the four-CD box set, Led Zeppelin. "That's a long time. Everything is being transferred from analog to a higher-resolution digital format".

Zeppelin just released their new live set, "Celebration Day", which captures the band in concert at London's 02 Arena in December 2007.

Thanks to Hennemusic for the report.

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    jrodgers
    All this remastering B.S. is getting silly. Long ago I bought the Complete Studio Recordings box set, which was supposedly remastered. Then I got pissed when they supposedly remastered it all again, and I was almost convinced to re-buy it. Now they're doing it.... AGAIN? And why do none of these remasters sound as good as the original vinyls? How about instead, releasing the whole catalogue on collectors edition vinyl or something?
    Elderer
    P.S. This isnt remaster project that Jimmy is doing at the moment. Its iTunes remastering their catalogue not Zepp.
    vinnym86
    slowly switching away from iTunes is the best damn decision i've ever made (technologically)