Led Zeppelin gets a bustle in their hedgerow and demands that grainy, shaky, short clips or their reunion show be taken off of video sharing sites like YouTube. The band’s label, Warner Music, is "making the takedown requests to users of YouTube and other services hosting the clips on behalf of the band."
It’s widely believed to have something to do with a live concert DVD that’ll be released next year. Led Zeppelin is a great band made of talented musicians and blah, blah, blah but come on, nobody’s going to forgo purchasing your DVD in favor of some sack of crap cell phone recordings. Your pocket full of gold is safe.
Led Zeppelin Requests Concert Clips Removed From YouTube [Digital Media Wire] via Tech Digest