This Week's Spotify Soundtrack looks forward to Cut Copy, Little Dragon, Nile Rodgers, and Paul McCartney, and includes remastered Led Zeppelin and new Lee Fields, Andrew Bird and Owen Pallett.

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This Week's Soundtrack

1. "What Is and What Should Never Be" - Led Zeppelin: From the newly remastered Led Zeppelin II.

2. "The Company Man" - Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires: Bains plays One Eyed Jacks June 29.

3. "If You Could Read My Mind" - Neil Young: Young recorded this song by fellow Canadian Gordon Lightfoot for A Letter Home in a '40s-era recording booth in Jack White's studio (where else?). 

4. "My Sister's Tiny Hands" - Andrew Bird: From his new Things Are Really Great Here, Sort Of ....

5. "The Sky Behind the Flag" - Owen Pallett: From his new album, In Conflict.

6. "Where I'm Going" - Cut Copy: Cut Copy will play The Joy Theater on June 20

7. "The Immigrant Song (alternative version)" - Led Zeppelin: The remastered reissues of the first three Led Zep albums include other mixes and demos that largely make you appreciate their production skills. This version clarifies parts, and now that I've heard them, I want the version I know.

8. "Old Shit" - Miranda Lambert: From her new album, Platinum.

9. "Southern Skies" - Matrimony: Matrimony plays Gasa Gasa Thursday with Wooden Wings.

10. "Paris" - Little Dragon: Little Dragon plays The Republic Tuesday.

11. "Every Little Thing" - Röyksopp & Robyn: From their new EP, Do It Again.

12. "Montauk Fling" - Lawrence Rothman: Rothman opens for Little Dragon on Tuesday.

13. "Eye to Eye" - Lee Fields and The Explosions: From their new album, Emma Jean.

14. "Sometimes You Win" - Chic: Chic's Nile Rodgers will join Prince on the opening night of this year's Essence Music Festival

15. "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" - Paul & Linda McCartney: McCartney plays the Smoothie King Center Thursday.

16. "Every Girl" - Allah-Las: Allah-Las play One Eyed Jacks on Tuesday.

17. "Heartbreaker - Live in Paris, 1969" - Led Zeppelin: The bonus disc that accompanies Zep's debut album includes a blistering live show from Paris.