In advance of their remastered and expanded 'Physical Graffiti,' due Feb. 24, Led Zeppelin have served up some 'Brandy & Coke.'

The track, which you can listen to above (at least until YouTube takes it down), is an early version of the 'Graffiti' cut 'Trampled Under Foot.' As Consequence of Sound notes, this rough mix bears a number of distinct differences, with singer Robert Plant moving into the foreground, guitarist Jimmy Page receding and drummer John Bonham's backbeat taking a more prominent role.

As previously reported, the new-look 'Graffiti' -- part of the ongoing campaign of deluxe reissues drawn from the group's classic catalog -- adds an assortment of bonus tracks to the original LP, offering alternate mixes and early versions of songs such as 'In My Time of Dying' and 'Kashmir.'

'Brandy & Coke' arrives a couple of weeks after the band leaked another of those bonus cuts, posting the expanded version's rough mix of 'Houses of the Holy.' Enjoy these alternate looks at a pair of classic tracks while checking out some footage of the 'Physical Graffiti' super deluxe edition being unboxed.

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