By Madison Vain
Updated March 31, 2015 at 05:46 PM EDT
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Legendary rock outfit Led Zeppelin launched a massive archival project earlier this year with a deluxe reissue of 1975’s Physical Graffi, the bonus disc of which featured a roughed-up and previously unreleased version of the band’s 1975 single “Trampled Under Food,” here titled “Brandy & Coke.”

The original album’s artwork, of two East Village apartment buildings, gets livened up even more in an interactive video released Tuesday on Led Zeppelin’s website. Users can click on the different windows and head “inside” the building. Some are hosting raucous parties. One little boy is rocking out pretty hard before bed. And there just might be an old-timey shower scene in there somewhere.

The video was produced by the same team who designed Bob Dylan’s <a href="http://”>interactive “Like A Rolling Stone” clip from 2013, Interlude.