PAGE/PLANT's 'Unledded' To Receive Nationwide Theatrical Premiere

Reuters is reporting that the much-anticipated music DVD from LED ZEPPELIN's Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, "No Quarter: Unledded", is set to hit retail selves Oct. 26, preceded the night before by a nationwide theatrical premiere through Regal Entertainment Group cinemas.

"Unledded" (Atlantic/Warner Strategic Marketing), which premiered in 1994 on MTV, features a mix of acoustic and electric tracks — including the classics "Kashmir", "Gallows Pole" and "When the Levee Breaks" — along with 17 tracks filmed in such locations as Morocco and Wales and studio segments filmed at the London Weekend Television Studios.

Coming 10 years after the film was originally released on VHS and 24 years after the dissolution of LED ZEPPELIN, the DVD includes an extra track, "Black Dog", which was filmed at the American Music Awards; the bonus video "Most High"; a 13-minute interview with Plant and Page; and a montage of footage from Morocco. Read more.


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