In Through the Out Door
Full of clues as to where Led Zeppelin was going to take their sound in the ’80s, In Through the Out Door (1979) has the unfortunate distinction of being the final statement of perhaps the most influential of all rock drummers. Bonham’s big foot and masterful stick work lead the charge as the band moves from their signature guitar workouts to melodic synth songs to Latin, country and blues detours. All My Love and Fool in the Rain are the two radio mainstays here, joining In the Evening; South Bound Saurez; Hot Dog; Carouselambra, and I’m Gonna Crawl. A septet of rough mixes comes to you in the CD and 180-gram-vinyl deluxe editions: In the Evening; Southbound Piano (South Bound Saurez); Fool in the Rain; Hot Dog, and the early takes The Epic (Carouselambra); The Hook (All My Love), and The Blot (I’m Gonna Crawl). Get both deluxe editions (CD and vinyl) in the super-deluxe box, plus a high-quality album-cover print and a hardbound 72-page book with rare and unseen photos and memorabilia. NOTE: All CD and vinyl versions herein come wrapped in brown paper, like the original release, and the vinyl includes the water-sensitive insert that replicates the inner sleeve of the original LP. The Led Zeppelin story wasn’t supposed to end with this album, but this was a grand swan song for one of the greatest rock bands ever to walk the Earth. Atlantic.
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