After teasing the deluxe reissued of its self-titled debut album ahead of its June 3 release, Led Zeppelin has now posted a minute-long trailer for "Led Zeppelin II," which is also coming out the same date.
The clip includes a rough mix of "Whole Lotta Love," which is among the bonus tracks on a second disc that's part of the set, along with a stream of still photos and performance footage. The other "Led Zeppelin II" extras include the unreleased outtake "La La," alternative mixes of five songs and instrumental backing tracks for two others. A Super Deluxe version of the set comes with a book about the album as well as a frameable print of the album cover. A deluxe edition of "Led Zeppelin III" is due out the same day and will likely be the subject of yet another online teaser in the near future.
...Meanwhile, Jimmy Page has added another speaking engagement this month, this one to talk specifically about the Zep reissues series. After delivering the commencement address on May 9 for the Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he'll also receive an honorary doctorate, Page will speak on May 21 at L'Olympia in Paris. The speech is invitation-only with a contest on the Led Zeppelin web site, but it will be streamed on Led Zeppelin's YouTube channel as well.