If the release date is somewhat accurate, this would make it a candidate for one of the first Japanese bootleg records ever.
This auction is still active and ends on Wednesday, 22 January ’14. The current high bid stands at $1,105.00.
UPDATE: The auction ended at an even $1,500.00
LED ZEPPELIN / SUPERSTARS! 2LP (LLX 1019-1022 Japan)
“Here it is at last!
Ultra rare vintage Japanese pressing double live set from their first Japan tour, 24th September 1971 Tokyo Budokan show!
Without any doubt, this is THE rarest Led Zep live LP ever released. Pressed in Japan at end of ’71 in micro quantities, most collector don’t know it even exist’s!!
Very few, heavy collector knows about this obscure double live set.
Original insert(printed on thin, thermal paper in ’71…) is still loose and great condition, very slight discoloration on back. Plain beige cover is also nice, Ex condition.
Both disc has some strange surface mark but plays nice with light surface noise.
Plain white, deep groove label on heavy vinyl.
Sound qualities are not great as late ’70s – early ’80s live LPs, but this is real artifact from early ’70s rock history…
Low(yes, I think low…) starting price and this is once in a lifetime chance to own this gem….”
(cut in)Immigrant Song (1:57)
Since I’ve Been Loving You (8:14)
Out On The Tiles / Black Dog (5:46)
What Is And What Should Never Be (4:30)
Dazed And Confused (24:27)
Celebration Day (6:27)
That’s The Way (8:16)
Going To California (7:43)
Whole Lotta Love medley(27:14)
argenteumastrum.com lists no less than 10 audience sources for the first night and six or more for the second night. http://www.argenteumastrum.com/1971.htm