Led Zeppelin reunion show: live DVD to be released?

YouTube clip removals hint at full live concert release

Speculation that Led Zeppelin‘s reunion show earlier this week (December 10) will be released on DVD has grown after fan footage from the show was removed from the internet.

Footage from the show at the O2 Arena in London shot on camera phones by audience members has been removed from video site YouTube.

Although the band’s label, Warner Music Group, has a licensing deal with YouTube that allows some of its copyrighted material to appear online, it is understood that the band own the rights to the gig and their management requested its removal, reports Billboard.

Although a spokesperson for Led Zeppelin told NME.COM there were not currently any confirmed plans for a DVD release of the gig, there is much speculation that the concert footage will in fact be released in 2008.

We have shots from the legends’ return in our special Led Zeppelin picture gallery.

Check out our full report from the reunion show at the O2 Arena in London and read NME.COM’s Led Zeppelin review now.

Plus did you go to the gig? If so send your pictures, reviews and stories to ledzep@nme.com, be sure to include your name and where you come from and we’ll publish the best.

Also read NME.COM’s brief history of Led Zeppelin, check out Ahmet Ertegun’s story and look at our special Led Zeppelin picture gallery.

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