The new Led Zeppelin album, ‘The Division Bell’, will be released on March 3.
The title track ‘Led Ziggy Stardust: The Long and Winding Road’ has already sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The album’s title track has been covered by artists including Beyoncé, Drake, Drake West, The Weeknd, Zedd, Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar, Tame Impala, Rihanna, and more.
In its own way, the title track is a nod to the Beatles’ famous song, written in 1967, which is also featured in the new album.
It has become a kind of cultural icon.
“We wanted to create a piece of music that is as timeless as the song itself, with a modern twist,” said Led Zepplin guitarist Roger Waters.
“The song is about an epic journey and the journey to find the meaning and the meaning is what’s important in life.”
The track, which has already received numerous remixes, was composed in 1978 by singer-songwriter George Martin.
After a short recording session in London, the song was recorded at the Abbey Road Studios in London in 1979 and released in 1981.
A new version was re-recorded and released on the album as a single in the summer of 2016.
‘Led Zepps’ is available to buy on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play for $8.99.
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