Former LED ZEPPELIN frontman Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page have been hinting towards the possibility of a live ZEPPELIN compilation surfacing sometime before the end of the year. However, no official announcement has yet been made on the matter.In related news, former LED ZEPPELIN bassist John Paul Jones in a recent interview published in S&V magazine on the possibility of having the ZEPPELIN catalog remixed in 5.1 digital surround. "Probably not," stated Jones. "The thought of going over mixes is horrendous... Surround is ideal for live recording, because you can keep your regular stereo mix and have the audience around you."
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