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For: Friday, July 29, 2016
>>Previously Unreleased Zeppelin Track Out
(Undated) -- Led Zeppelin is sharing a new track from the upcoming expanded version of their 1997 "BBC Sessions." "The Complete BBC Sessions" will be out in September and will include the original recordings, plus eight previously unreleased tracks including "I Can't Quit You Baby," "You Shook Me" and the only recorded performance of "Sunshine Woman." A previously unreleased version of "Communication Breakdown" from the set is now available on Soundcloud.
>>Dhani Harrison May Finish Dad's Songs
(Undated) -- Some unfinished George Harrison music may eventually be released. In a recent interview, Harrison's widow Olivia said their son Dhani may complete the tunes. Dhani Harrison is a professional musician, who previously worked with Jeff Lynne to finish the album his dad was working on when he died in 2001.
>>Poison, Def Leppard To Tour
(Undated) -- Poison and Def Leppard are touring in 2017. In a recent interview, Poison frontman Bret Michaels was asked about a reunion and said, "Next year it'll be Poison and Def Leppard. The last time we were out was, I think, 2012, and we'll go out and bring it again, and it'll be insane." The band hasn't done any real touring since their 2012 trek with Def Leppard and Lita Ford.
>>Metallica Book Gets Release Date
(Undated) -- Metallica's "Back to the Front" book is finally coming out. Work began on the project two years ago and it will be released on September 13th. A collector's edition will be available on the band's website on August 30th. The book, which promises to tell "the definitive story of Master of Puppets and the subsequent tour" is made up of fan submissions and material from the band's personal archives.
>>Snider Talks Solo Album
(Undated) -- Dee Snider is releasing some details about his new solo album. "We Are The Ones" is due out in October and the Twisted Sister frontman says the project is all about moving forward. Snider explained, "I'm not anti the past, I'm just not one of those guys sitting there singing about the glory days. To me, these are the glory days, and the days to come are the glory days. And this new record is the part of my next glory days." Snider says the album is full of music he is excited about playing live, including a cover of Nine Inch Nails' "Head Like A Hole."
>>Pink Floyd Box Set On The Way
(Undated) -- A massive Pink Floyd box set is in the works. "The Early Years 1965-1972" will be out in November and will feature outtakes, remixes, B-sides, radio sessions and live performances. The project is made up of 27 discs with eleven hours of audio and 14 hours of video. The set will cost 550 dollars, but a two-disc version will also be released for 15 dollars and 98 cents.