This version of Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant song is an extremely rare Withdrawn 1970 Japanese promotional only wide centre vinyl 7″ with custom dark blue & white Atlantic labels pressed by Nippon Grammophon.
This was withdrawn due to the record company contract with Nippon Grammophon changing to Warner-Pioneer, this also includes Out On The Tiles as the B-Side, which was changed to ‘Hey, Hey, What Can I Do’ on the commercially released single.
This is without doubt the world’s rarest Zeppelin single, with only ten or so copies believed to exist, and are rarely seen for sale. This example comes with a facsimile reproduction of the picture sleeve front cover. The vinyl is visually graded as very good with some noticeable surface marks and scuffs, we have play tested and can confirm it still sounds excellent with no major deterioration in sound quality.
A fantastic item which would be the highlight any Zeppelin collection
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