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Led Zeppelin/Hey Hey What Can I do


Mr. Know-it-All wrote at 2014-07-31 02:57:00
I know this is confusing for many, because "The Immigrant Song" IS from the "Led Zeppelin III" album, however, the single was actually released in 1972 after the success of "Led Zeppelin IV".  "Immigrant" went down exceptionally well on the "IV" tour, and the band were unwilling to trim "Stairway to Heaven" for a proper single release, hence, "Immigrant" was coupled with "Hey-Hey, What Can I Do?", which was recorded during the "IV" sessions but had yet to be released.  "Rock 'n' Roll" was the first and only official worldwide single release from "IV", although "Stairway" was released as a single in Belgium unedited.

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