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Maynard James Keenan is now the father of two. The singer — who has an 18-year-old son from a previous relationship — welcomed a baby girl with wife Lei Li. According to the Instagram page of Keenan’s band Puscifer, their daughter’s name is Lei Li Agostina Maria and she arrived at 7:19pm last Friday, July 25, weighing seven pounds.

Lei Li Agostina Maria has an older brother, Devo, who sings and plays the cello. Devo has helped out with his dad’s musical projects, including providing backing vocals to a song on A Perfect Circle‘s Thirteenth Step album.

Members of Tool recently told Rolling Stone that their band has been on hiatus due to a legal snarl that began in 2007, but that they hope to release new music by the end of the year.




The Led Zeppelin reissue campaign will continue this fall, when the band releases remastered and expanded versions of their fourth and fifth studio albums, 1971’s Led Zeppelin IV and 1973’s Houses of the Holy.  The deluxe sets, which will hit stores on October 28, will include bonus discs featuring previously unreleased mixes and studio outtakes.

As with the first installment of the reissue series, which came out in June, the new releases will be available in a variety of formats.  These include a single CD version; a deluxe edition, which boasts the “companion” audio disc; vinyl versions of those two packages; and a Super Deluxe Boxed Set, which contains the album and the companion audio, both on CD and vinyl, plus an 80-page book of rare and unseen photos, a digital download of the music, and a high-quality print of the original album cover.  The reissues are available for pre-order now at LedZeppelin.com.

Led Zeppelin IV, which also sometimes is referred to as the “Runes” album or “Zoso,” topped the Billboard 200 upon its 1971 release and went on to sell 23 million copies in the U.S., making it the third most-successful album ever in the country.  Among the many classic songs featured on the record are “Stairway to Heaven,” “Rock and Roll,” “Black Dog,” “Misty Mountain Hop,” and “Going to California.”  The companion disc included with the deluxe reissue of the album feature alternate mixes of all eight tracks.

Houses of the Holy also reached #1 on the Billboard album tally, and has sold more than 11 million copies since its 1973 release.  Among the well-known Zeppelin tunes on the track list are “Over the Hills and Far Away,” “Dancing Days,” “The Song Remains the Same,” and the reggae-influenced “D’yer Mak’er.”  Alternate and/or rough mixes of seven of the record’s eight songs are featured on the reissued version’s companion disc.

Here’s a rundown of all the “companion audio” you’ll get with the Led Zeppelin IV and Houses of the Holy reissues:

Led Zeppelin IV: Companion Audio Disc
“Black Dog” — Basic Track with Guitar Overdubs
“Rock and Roll” — Alternate Mix
“The Battle of Evermore” — Mandolin/Guitar Mix from Headley Grange
“Stairway to Heaven” — Sunset Sound Mix
“Misty Mountain Hop” — Alternate Mix
“Four Sticks” — Alternate Mix
“Going to California” — Mandolin/Guitar Mix
“When the Levee Breaks” — Alternate UK Mix

Houses of the Holy: Companion Audio Disc
“The Song Remains the Same” — Guitar Overdub Reference Mix
“The Rain Song” — Mix Minus Piano
“Over the Hills and Far Away” — Guitar Mix Backing Track
“The Crunge” — Rough Mix – Keys Up
“Dancing Days” — Rough Mix with Vocal
“No Quarter” — Rough Mix with John Paul Jones Keyboard Overdubs – No Vocal
“The Ocean” — Working Mix




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