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According to UK's The Sun, Led Zeppelin are rearranging classic tracks for their big reunion, after aging frontman Robert Plant found he could no longer hit the high notes.

The rockers, whose legendary 1976 live album was called The Song Remains The Same, have been rehearsing songs in a lower key because 59-year-old Plant's voice is deeper.

The Sun's source revealed yesterday: "He and guitarist Jimmy Page have had a few heated discussions about the upcoming gig.

"Jimmy is a bit rusty and Robert has been struggling with the high notes. To avoid any embarrassing vocal wobbles with the world watching, they decided it would be best to transpose the songs in a lower key."


From: BLABBERMOUTH.NET
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