Home / Announcements / New titles from Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Rainbow, & MSG!

New titles from Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Rainbow, & MSG!

Led Zeppelin – 928 Complete Edition (no label) is a 3CD set from Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan on September 28th, 1971. This is a mix of audience sources based on the 928 (no label) release from 2016.

Led Zeppelin – Osaka 1971 1st Night (no label) is another 3CD title featuring a different mix of sources for Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan on September 28th, 1971.

Pink Floyd – Definitive Tokyo 1972 2nd Night (Sigma 206) is a 2CD set from Tokyo Taiikukan, Tokyo, Japan on March 7th, 1972. This looks like a mix of two audience sources.

Pink Floyd – Definitive Osaka 1972 1st Night (Sigma 207) is a 2CD set from Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan on March 8th, 1972. This is another mix of sources to try and present the most complete version of the show.

Rainbow – Budokan 1980 Final Night (Black Box 023) is a 2CD set from Budokan, Tokyo, Japan on May 12th, 1980.

The Michael Schenker Group – Nagoya 1983 (Zodiac 282) is a 2CD set from Nagoya-shi Kokaido, Nagoya, Japan on January 15th, 1983.

If you liked this review, buy me a cup of joe. (Suggested: $3 a shot or $7.5 for a double)

Check Also

New releases from Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, David Bowie, & Queen!

Paul McCartney – Tokyo Dome 2018: Definitive Video Master (no label) is a 2DVD (Dual ...


  1. Couldn’t agree more. Most of the sigma upgrade releases are just different EQ processing. I am always wary of the upgrades now and hang onto all my original sigma/sirene titles. Only a few are true upgrades ie Nassau 2nd Night 1975.

    • Careful Axeman Eugene

      Which particular upgrade of the Nassau 1975-06-17 show do you mean? “Nassau Coliseum 1975 2nd Night…Cassette Master” (Sigma 175) or “A Generation’s Legacy” (Sigma 63)?

  2. Got the Definitive Tokyo 1972 2nd Night and all I can say is I’m glad I still have my Original. If you like over processed ‘upgrades’ that leave the top end headache inducing this set fits the bill. Volume levels are increased to extremes, which is fine on the quieter songs, but not on louder passages of songs like ‘One Of These Day’, in my humble opinion. Hoping for better from the Osaka set.

    • Careful Axeman Eugene

      Which particular “Original” are you referring to? The old Zeus release from many years ago, or some other release, maybe by Sigma or Sirene? I got my new “Definitive” version by Sigma myself a couple days ago, and I tend to agree that it sounds overprocessed & rather disappointing…possibly even worse than their previous attempt/effort at getting it right, which was also overprocessed & rather disappointing, which Relayer67 pretty much confirmed in his eventual review here. But I’m still wondering which particular “Original” you’re comparing yours to…thanks if you could kindly just let us know. Has anybody other than Zeus & Sigma/Sirene ever released this on factory-pressed original silver? I can’t seem to remember any.

      • I prefer the version in the “Darker Side Of The Rising Sun” box from Godfather which uses the same tape. Less hiss.

        • Careful Axeman Eugene

          I forgot about that one, which doesn’t surprise me because I often tend to forget about those types of boxed sets, as I rarely buy anything more than 6 discs.

          Has anybody heard the recently-released P. Floyd 2CD “Vienna 1973” by Sigma? I may take a chance or risk on it if nobody here can first let us know how it is. Any helpful response(s) about it will be greatly well-appreciated.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.