Perhaps we should admit the truth about Led Zeppelin: It's time to move on.
Yes, even you superfans.
If the unreleased material included on reissues of landmark albums "Led Zeppelin," "Led Zeppelin II" and "Led Zeppelin III" is any indication of what's to come, there's little hope of hearing anything truly new — let alone interesting — over the rest of the band's ambitious plan to re-release all nine of its studio albums.
Truth be told, Zeppelin probably should have let the 2012 "Celebration Day" box set stand as its final message. The 2012 release capturing the band's brief 2007 reunion for a live stadium show in London had a fresh feel despite its age upon release. It was meant to salve the feelings of fans hoping Zeppelin's living members — Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Robert Plant — would reunite for one last run.