According to Billboard.com, additional details have come to light regarding the highly anticipated DVD release of Jimmy Page and Robert Plant's "No Quarter - Unledded". The project, which captures the LED ZEPPELIN principals' historic 1994 reunion for an "MTV Unplugged" broadcast, will arrive October 27 on DVD via Warner Strategic Marketing/Atlantic. The soundtrack will be released the same day.DVD extras will include the bonus tracks "Black Dog" and "Most High", interviews with Page and Plant and a montage of footage from the duo's performance in Morocco. The release was overseen by Page in tandem with longtime engineering collaborator Kevin Shirley. The VHS release of "Unledded" peaked at No. 4 on Billboard's Top Music Video chart. The accompanying Atlantic album has sold more than 1 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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