Check out the latest votes for the tracks YOU want the legends to play
‘Kashmir’ is the song Led Zeppelin fans most want to hear when the group reunite tonight (December 10).
The rock legends will play their first public gig in 19 years at the O2 Arena in London, and their first UK show since 1979.
Fans have being voting on NME.COM all week for the songs they most want to hear tonight.
Well as of midday (GMT), we can reveal that the track from 1975 album ‘Physical Graffiti’ is the song that people most want to hear when the band hit the stage tonight at 9pm (GMT).
Also featuring in the Top 20 songs most wanted for the set list are ’ Whole Lotta Love’, ’Achilles Last Stand’ and of course fan favourite ’ Stairway To Heaven’, which was a close second to ’Kashmir’.
The Top 20 songs for Led Zeppelin’s fan-voted setlist are:
2. ‘Stairway To Heaven’
3. ‘Whole Lotta Love’
4. ‘Rock And Roll’
5. ‘Black Dog’
6. ‘Immigrant Song
7. ‘When The Levee Breaks’
8. ‘Dazed And Confused’
9. ‘Since I’ve Been Loving You’
11. ‘Communication Breakdown’
12. ‘Babe I’m Gonna Leave You’
13. ‘Ramble On’
14. ‘Over The Hills And Far Away’
15. ‘Good Times Bad Times’
16. ‘Achilles Last Stand’
17. ‘No Quarter’
18. ‘The Song Remains The Same’
19. ‘Going To California’
20. ‘In My Time Of Dying’
You can watch a clip of top choice ’Kashmir’ below.
Plus there is still time to have your say on the setlist vote, simply head Led Zeppelin song vote and give each track a score out of ten.
Meanwhile, you can follow the build-up to the concert all day on NME.COM. We will be bringing you all the build up from the O2 Arena, plus tonight we’ll be bringing you a special song by song blog and first review live from inside the concert.
You can access the song-by-song blog from 5pm today.
Meanwhile are you going to the gig? If so send your pictures, reviews and stories to email@example.com, be sure to include your name and where you come from and we’ll publish the best.
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