Walmart is selling another collection of exclusive Led Zeppelin records that include replica backstage passes.
The American retailer has since June 24 been selling exclusive vinyl versions of Led Zeppelin’s second and third albums as well as “In Through the Out Door”.
The new Walmart-exclusive vinyl versions come after the chain sold similar versions of Led Zeppelin’s first and fourth albums as well as “Presence” starting in March.
Each exclusive vinyl release contains a replica backstage pass. The 180g vinyl record and album cover are the same as previous releases and contain no bonus songs.
Walmart is also selling a bundle of the three new vinyl record releases that includes the replica backstage passes as well as an exclusive 8″ by 8″ foil litho print of the band’s logos from the liner notes of their fourth album.
The bundle of albums released in March included a different print of the band’s logo.
Walmart’s latest collection of exclusive vinyl versions of Led Zeppelin albums mean the chain has now sold its own version of Led Zeppelin’s first, second, third and fourth albums as well as “Presence” and “In Through the Out Door.”
This suggests that Walmart will in the future sell exclusive versions of “Houses of the Holy” as well as “Physical Graffiti” and “Coda”.
The Walmart exclusive edition of Led Zeppelin’s second album comes with a replica backstage pass for the band’s March 31, 1970 show in Philadelphia, which can also be seen on Led Zeppelin’s official website.
The Walmart exclusive edition of Led Zeppelin’s third album comes with a replica backstage pass for the 1970 Bath Festival of Blues, where Led Zeppelin performed on June 28, 1970.
The Walmart exclusive edition of “In Through the Out Door” comes with a replica backstage pass for Led Zeppelin August 11, 1979 performance in Knebworth, which can also be seen on Led Zeppelin’s official website.
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Well, as someone who wasn’t alive in the early 70s, and whose only Led Zeppelin album on vinyl is an almost 50 year old pressing of IV that cost me over $100 (and wasn’t in near mint as advertised at all), these are good enough. I just picked up II today, and it sounds pretty dang good.