“BBC Sessions” by Led Zeppelin that was originally released in 1997 is going to be re-released with 8 previously unreleased songs on September 16th aptly titled “The Complete BBC Sessions” on CD, vinyl, digital download and super deluxe box set. Among the unreleased songs are three from a 1969 session that was previously thought to be lost: “Dazed and Confused,” “I Can’t Quit You Baby,” “You Shook Me” and the only recorded performance of “Sunshine Woman.” The other unheard items include two versions of both “Communication Breakdown” and “What Is and What Should Never Be.” Recorded two years apart, they are said to be substantially different. The deluxe edition includes the remastered original album on two discs, plus a third disc of unreleased audio. The vinyl edition is spread over five LPs. The super deluxe set features the two-disc remaster; the third disc of new songs; the remastered vinyl; a high-def audio download card with all of the content; a 48-page book with photos of the band, the recording locations, BBC memorabilia and session information; and a high-quality print of the original album cover. The first 20,000 copies of The Complete BBC Sessions will be individually numbered, as well. Page supervised the remasters; Dave Lewis wrote the extensive liner notes.