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  • Audio CD (25 Aug. 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B000002JSP
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
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The last proper Led Zep album, or "swan song" if you will, carried on the band's grand tradition with in the Evening; Hot Dog; All My Love; Fool in the Rain, and more. From 1979.

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Zeppelin’s 8th and final studio album was recorded at Polar Studios in Stockholm in the final weeks of 1978 and released in August 1979, just over a year before Bonzo’s death brought about the demise of the band. ITtOD is usually seen as a ‘transitional’ album with a character all its own.

As ‘Presence’ was Jimmy Page’s project, it’s John Paul Jones who really shines on ITtOD with many of the writing credits shared with Plant, and JPJ’s keyboard work and arrangements drive much of the action. Robert Plant said at the time: "’Hey hey mama say the way you move’ didn't really have a great deal of import any more. ‘In Through The Out Door’ is more conscientious and less animal”.

The opener, ‘In the Evening’, sounds like it should have appeared on the ‘Houses of the Holy’ album, such is the similarity in style. The one issue with this track is that Plant’s vocals are too far back in the mix, and the production might have been improved. ‘Fool in the Rain’ is real top 20 material and has received endless airplay on US radio stations. ‘Calousalambra’ is a great track, probably the most ambitious on the album.

‘All my love’ is dedicated to Plant’s deceased son. A surprisingly energetic and upbeat composition with JPJ adding some fine synthesizer work, it’s one of only two songs ever recorded by the band where Page has no writing credits (the other one is ‘South Bound Suarez’ again on this album).

The star track for me is the closer ‘I’m gonna crawl’; a classic long, slow blues number in the mode of ‘Since I’ve been loving you’ and ‘Tea for one’. In Zeppelin’s 11-year stellar career Plant has rarely been heard on better form than here: surely no other white European singer ever captured the blues with such power, such mastery of the dynamics, such feeling.
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I bought this way back in '79,the day it came out,i loved it then and i love it now,im always stunned at the negativity towards this album,along with,Zep 3, Zep 4 and Physical graffitti i believe its one of their best,i would always listen to this in preference to say zep 2/presence or Houses,this was a band stretching out not throwing in the towel.I've lost count of the times i've said this but closed minds just wont accept this disc,a band damned for trying something different,was that not all the rage at the end of the 70's,i doubt if they would have remained on this track,im sure the hard rock overlords would have returned had circumstances not denied us.

Just listen,enjoy and marvel at a band experimenting,yes some old rock and blues are still here but with JPJ getting his turn in the limelight following Jimmy's on PRESENCE then enjoy what is here: a magnificent opener 'In The Evening' with its hypnotic,thrusting guitar,'Carouselambra' one of their best epics,the poignant 'All My Love' and the intensity of Plants performance on 'Im Gonna Crawl',so what if 'South Bound Suarez' & 'Fool In The Rain' are a side step from the band's past,listen with open mind, they are two excellent songs,only 'Hot Dog' lets the side down.

A thoroughly entertaining disc,unfairly maligned,should be appreciated for its class and the attempt to do something a little different,thats what Zeppelin's great strength was,not conforming to everyone else's view of them,doing what they wanted.

2015 update deluxe edition.. Fantastic to have it issued in the paper sleeve, not sure how long it will remain in pristine condition, the remaster is superb, sounds even better than before,

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At last I have a good quality version of In Thru the Out Door that I can play. My old Cd sounded awful on my Bose so I never played it. Thanks to Mr Page for all his time and effort. So far have only had a download to listen to while I wait for the Album to become available . We have to wait a while here in New Zealand. Looking forward to the extra packaging and information. . Bonham's drums sound fantastic, as does everything else. Being a drummer who grew up trying to be just like Bonham it's so nice to hear them properly. Cheers from Downunder
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Although regarded by most fans as Zeppelins' weakest effort this release was nonetheless highly anticipated due to the fact that the original mix was so poor and the previous CD issues also sounded very muddy compared to the other albums. Could Jimmy Page get it right this time?
Happily, YES!. This new remaster is a massive improvement over all previous releases, boasting hugely improved clarity that breathes new life into the songs.
The potential was always there for this to be the best sounding Zeppelin album due to the fact it was recorded at the technically advanced Polar Studios in Sweden (owned by the pop group ABBA who invited the band to try the facilities, believe it or not), but along the way something went wrong.

Jimmy Page was not in great shape at the time and it can only be assumed that when he was mixing the tapes back at his home studio, his usual quality control suffered as a result. (Only three years later, the trio of out-takes from these sessions that appeared on 'Coda' sounded noticeably better).
This new remaster finally allows us to hear the sonic depth captured at the recordings and the album is all the better for it. Of course, 'South Bound Saurez' is never going to make any Zepp fans top ten and 'Hot Dog' may well be the worst song the band ever cut but hey, they sure sound amazing here!. To some, this may be nothing more than polishing a turd and not enough to warrant a re-appraisal of the album - an opinion that does a disservice to the other tracks, at least two of which are essential listening.

Opener 'In The Evening' is classic Zeppelin and generally (and rightly) regarded as the strongest song here.
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