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Led Zeppelin is slated to be part of the opening ceremony at the 2012 Summer Olympics, held in London, England next month. No, no, the three remaining members are not going to performing live, the studio track Trampled Under Foot from Physical Graffiti.

Trampled Under Foot and 85 other songs by British artists have been selected by Creative Director Danny Boyle, who has been previously known for directing such films as Trainspotting, The Beach and Slumdog Millionaire.

Jimmy Page said recently that he was angry about being snubbed from performing live at the Olympics' opening ceremony.  “Of course, I’m feeling rather hurt,” he tells Mandrake at the Diamond Jubilee Celebration of the Arts at the Royal Academy. “We put so much into Beijing, but weren’t helped by the Chinese giving us next-to-no practice time.”

 
Led Zeppelin to be part of London Olympics 2012 Opening Ceremony
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