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In Through the Out Door
Led Zeppelin

In Through the Out Door


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  • This is probably the "proggiest" of Zeppelin's albums. You'd think for that reason it would be my favorite, but it's my least favorite along with Coda. I like JPJ's keyboard work on this, though. Excluding the ending of "Carouselambra", of course.
  • @1nnervision Yeah, I'm with you. I don't have any problem with the styles of music they were trying out here, I just don't like the finished product very much. IMO it's a good thing they stopped when Bonzo died because this isn't a very good album so another record after without the benefit of Bonham's drumming really wouldn't have been pretty. There are some good tracks here but I could go the rest of my life without hearing "All of My Love" and die happy.
  • "Great album. It sucks how some people with closed minds who don't like change can erode an albums standing in music history." LOL what a pretentious comment. So by your logic anyone that disagrees with a band's new sound is automatically close minded. I'm pretty sure that's not what people are saying; people are saying the album is just BAD. Get your head out of your arse.
  • всё-таки хорошо когда музыкальную основу в такой группе хоть на один альбом делает басист.
  • This is their most underrated work now (as LZ III was back in the 70's). Althought I have a issue with the mixing, the album has many things to offer that were't prominent in the past records. Examples are the extensive use of keyboard, which gave the band a much wider scope of music styles, and the maturity of their work, as stated by thebroadcast. The other bad part is the absence of Page in the songwriting, but Jones did a great job taking the lead role. It's my third favorite album after Houses of the Holy and Physical Graffiti.
  • tudo d bom
  • This album has many secrets. One was if you got the album wet it changed. Really wild stuff. I know I was at a after work party when this album came out and a friend poured a beer on part of it and Wow ! I thought he just ruined his album but no it was to show the the effect. I bought the album the very next day. They all grew up making this album, I think the album is more mature than the others. Physical Graffiti is the next closest.
  • a big step down.
  • I never thought Led Zeppelin could be boring until I heard this album. Also, the keyboard sounds like karaoke shit
  • The whole album, including Carouselambra, has the greatest keyboard sound ever.
  • Maybe their worst album but still great.
  • ' - Well there's a light in your eye that keeps shining, like a star that can't wait for a night...' Fool in the Rain - Best song on the late stuff.
  • Carousembrela has a terrible keyboard sound, but the low part of the song is excellent !
  • I love the late Led Zepp stuff so this is good enough to me.
  • Masterpiecelambra
  • I've always had a strange fondness for In Through the Out Door but can see why some other Zeppelin fans don't care for it.
  • not as good as early zeppelin but very climatic
  • y0_0zhik wrote: "I adore this album. Those who write that the album is bad, are stupid." Actually, they just have a different opinion than you do, which is no less valid than yours.
  • Agree with comment below. Not bad at all, I love all but one song :)
  • Great album. It sucks how some people with closed minds who don't like change can erode an albums standing in music history.
  • maybe what I like least
  • Not my favourite, but it is a good album. It has a very good vibe... it is for a different moment than the usual Zeppelin
  • Great album.
  • the note that the guy on the cover is burning has a message that starts with "Dear Ji..." (check the booklet pics) maybe it has a hidden message about Page
  • Gotta catch 'em all..
  • In the Evening!
  • 10 out of 10!!!!!
  • its different, but good!
  • 5 / 10
  • I just adore the Southern feel of this. JPJ is a pro
  • I own this on vinyl. Complete with the paper bag and the water activated color sleeve
  • Masterpiece.
  • i really love this album. when i was young i would sit home and listen to it.good time no job ,no stress ,no responsibilities.hmmmm.
  • its different because john paul jones did it.i guess jimmy was on to many drugs or to tired...even so before bonham died they said they were working on something like led zeppelin IV something bad.
  • I'm gonna crawl is just amazing
  • it's not a bad album but it's really different from the sound Led Zeppelin had mastered and had been loved for.It's just softer.
  • This is their best album since IV in my opinion. Physical Graffiti is the second best.
  • Their worse, yes. But still, a damn great album. I'm Gonna Crawl is the perfect farewell song for Zep, so, damn, beautiful.
  • A departure from their old sound. It isn't bad but it isn't on the same level as their earlier stuff. In some ways I am glad it is their last (Coda doesn't really count, in my opinion) album. I feel if they had gone on they may have ended up like the Stones, making shitty albums and getting progressively worse.
  • I seem to be the only person who likes I'm gonna crawl... ah well.
  • probably one of the most disappointing albums ever, this thing was horrible
  • the best thing about this album is the cover
  • This album is just so amazing. I've really learned to appreciate this album even if it is different. Change is good right?
  • I think this is the most elaborated Zep's album, it's sounds so progressive, all the acid JPJ's keyboards and the extensive chansons. The only thing that fails it's Plant's vocals mixes...
  • the worst Led Zep's album.
  • This album is great! Fuck yeah!!
  • Nah. They just sold their rock vains for late 70s music styles. Besides Jimmy was so tired of heroin , bonzo was addicted to alcohol and Plant sang awful.
  • "People say they love this album but they can't really say why" -- because of the change of tone from their previous albums? That's always nice. It feels a lot more mature. Their older stuff sounds like 20 year old men having fun, while this album sounds like an aging old man reminiscing about his younger years. In the Evening, All of my Love, Fool in the Rain, South Bound Saurez. All fantastic stuff. Plus, the addition of the keyboard. It was just about to be the 80's, and LZ already knew the keyboard was going to be popular in music. I find it kind of interesting.
  • One thing: IN THE EEEEEVENING!!!
  • I don't understand how can people like this album It sucks so much, vocals (specially in Hot Dog wannabe elvis country) are terrible. People say they love this album but they can't really say why


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