Led Zeppelin Shares Raw, Unreleased Version of 'Trampled Under Foot'

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Led Zeppelin poses for a publicity portrait in 1969 in England. (L-R) John Bonham, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones.

Another rare unreleased Led Zeppelin track is here. 1975's Physical Graffiti is celebrating its 40th anniversary on Feb. 24, and on that same day, a deluxe, remastered reissue of the LP will be available in a variety of formats. From that collection, a previously unreleased version of "Trampled Under Foot" has hit the Internet.



This version is from the Physical Graffiti demo days, when it was titled "Brandy and Coke." The instruments are dialed down in this version, giving more space to Robert Plant's vocals than the final version. But what do you think? How does it compare to the album cut?

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