Watch: Led Zeppelin Live Videos

Led Zeppelin have released a second video from their Celebration Day live concert DVD and Blu-ray, which hits the racks here tomorrow.

Featuring 22,000 adoring London O2 fans on backing-vocals, ‘Black Dog’ sounds as factory fresh as it did when first released in 1971 as part of the Led Zeppelin IV collection.

No offence to Bon Jovi, but you kind of wish it was them playing Slane next June!

Check out the videos for 'Black Dog' and 'Kashmir' below.


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