Led Zeppelin reunion: Choose what songs the band should play

What tracks do you want to hear at the reformation show?

Led Zeppelin are set to play their first full gig in over 20 years when the band take to the stage at the O2 Arena in London on November 26.

The band are reuniting – with original drummer John Bonham’s son Jason joining the group – to play a tribute Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun who signed the band back in 1968.

The band were originally asked to do a half hour set, but after rehearsing together in due demanded to play a full two hours.

Now we want to know what you think the ideal Led Zeppelin setlist would be for the comeback show.

Send NME.COM three song suggestions with a brief reason why the band should play it, by emailing us at news@nme.com with Led Zep as the subject line.

We will then compile your thoughts and publish the setlist fans most want to see online later today (September 13).

Meanwhile to get tickets for the show cost £125 and will be distributed by a ballot.

Fans wanting to go go must register on Ahmettribute.com before Monday (September 17) evening, while any tickets that appear on online auction sites afterwards will be immediately cancelled.

Successful applicants will find out after October 1.

Also playing the show are Pete Townshend, Foreigner and Paolo Nutini with Bill Wyman And The Rhythm Kings backing those three acts as well as playing their own set.

There are also strong rumours that The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger will also play the gig.

Now now find out what made Led Zeppelin reform, plus read NME.COM’s brief history of Led Zeppelin and Ahmet Ertegun’s story.

Plus look at our special Led Zeppelin picture gallery.