Video of the Day: Interactive Led Zeppelin
You can peer into windows in a building featured on Physical Graffiti album cover.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the album “Physical Graffiti” the rock group Led Zeppelin joined with Interlude to create an interactive video Brandy & Coke, remix of their song “Trampled Under Foot” (1974). The video brings to life the album cover of the band’s iconic “Physical Graffiti.” The album cover depicts a multi-store building with die-cut windows. Viewers of the new interactive video can peer into the one of 16 windows and move from one room to another using keyboard arrows to meet each of the building’s residents. Also, an archive recording of the concert at Earl’s Court is also included in the video.
According Music Radar in 2011 the “Physical Graffiti” cover was awarded 12th place on the list of the 50 greatest album covers of all time.