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Release date: 15 August 1979
Style: Progressive hard rock, Heavy metal

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01. In The Evening
02. South Bound Saurez
03. Fool In The Rain
04. Hot Dog
05. Carouselambra
06. All My Love
07. I'm Gonna Crawl

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Dowi

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8.0
By the late 70's, Led Zeppelin was starting to face the consequences of their own excesses. Guitarist Jimmy Page and drummer John "Bonzo" Bonham were dealing with tough addictions (heroin and alcohol respectively), while singer Robert Plant was questioning himself about his own future in the music business after the death of his son, Karac, in 1976. This was Led Zeppelin's context back in 1979, the year they recorded their last album, In Through the Out Door.

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published 07.07.2008 | Comments (3)

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elekctric - 12.02.2010 at 17:44  
Rating: 6 50/50
Death_95 - 08.04.2012 at 14:49  
  Under-rated.
Bad English - 18.12.2014 at 03:10  
  Maybe best from new Led Zep after IV ..
Hot Dog song was damn 50's rock n roll style song, I love it
I like this most, we will see soon how Coda sounds (I forgot it was a while) but this one is decent, music, (not metal) but something good actually ...well its not a classic, I,II,III and IV is but this defiantly are best after so far
Ace Frawley - 18.12.2014 at 07:39  
Rating: 6
Written by Bad English on 18.12.2014 at 03:10

Maybe best from new Led Zep after IV ..
Hot Dog song was damn 50's rock n roll style song, I love it
I like this most, we will see soon how Coda sounds (I forgot it was a while) but this one is decent, music, (not metal) but something good actually ...well its not a classic, I,II,III and IV is but this defiantly are best after so far


You reckon this is better than Physical Graffiti?
Bad English - 18.12.2014 at 12:07  
 
Written by Ace Frawley on 18.12.2014 at 07:39

Written by Bad English on 18.12.2014 at 03:10

Maybe best from new Led Zep after IV ..
Hot Dog song was damn 50's rock n roll style song, I love it
I like this most, we will see soon how Coda sounds (I forgot it was a while) but this one is decent, music, (not metal) but something good actually ...well its not a classic, I,II,III and IV is but this defiantly are best after so far


You reckon this is better than Physical Graffiti?


yes
slim pickings - 23.08.2015 at 12:45  
Rating: 8
Quote:
Written by Bad English on 18.12.2014 at 12:07



You reckon this is better than Physical Graffiti?


yes


I'm just curious, what's so wrong with Physical Graffiti, you are a minority not liking it.
Bad English - 23.08.2015 at 13:06  
 
Quote:
Written by slim pickings on 23.08.2015 at 12:45

Written by Bad English on 18.12.2014 at 12:07



You reckon this is better than Physical Graffiti?


yes


I'm just curious, what's so wrong with Physical Graffiti, you are a minority not liking it.

simply far away from metal and even hard ock
slim pickings - 23.08.2015 at 14:10  
Rating: 8
Quote:
Written by Bad English on 23.08.2015 at 13:06

Written by slim pickings on 23.08.2015 at 12:45

Written by Bad English on 18.12.2014 at 12:07



You reckon this is better than Physical Graffiti?


yes


I'm just curious, what's so wrong with Physical Graffiti, you are a minority not liking it.

simply far away from metal and even hard ock


wow, really?

"it's far away from metal" you say? what metal was that in 1975?

"and even hard rock" - it is a hard rock album, what are you talking about? Sure Kashmir and In the Light are close to progressive rock I dare say but other than that it's a hard rock album.

So basically what I understood from your comment, everything that is not metal is bad. Hope I misunderstood you.
Bad English - 23.08.2015 at 14:52  
 
Written by slim pickings on 23.08.2015 at 14:10

wow, really?

"it's far away from metal" you say? what metal was that in 1975?

"and even hard rock" - it is a hard rock album, what are you talking about? Sure Kashmir and In the Light are close to progressive rock I dare say but other than that it's a hard rock album.

So basically what I understood from your comment, everything that is not metal is bad. Hope I misunderstood you.


to soft sound,
slim pickings - 23.08.2015 at 15:24  
Rating: 8
Written by Bad English on 23.08.2015 at 14:52

Written by slim pickings on 23.08.2015 at 14:10

wow, really?

"it's far away from metal" you say? what metal was that in 1975?

"and even hard rock" - it is a hard rock album, what are you talking about? Sure Kashmir and In the Light are close to progressive rock I dare say but other than that it's a hard rock album.

So basically what I understood from your comment, everything that is not metal is bad. Hope I misunderstood you.


to soft sound,


TOO soft?! There are quite a few songs on this album that rock hard.

I get it you don't like it, no problem, but you saying ITTOD is better than PG, that I don't understand. And I do like ITTOD a lot.
Bad English - 23.08.2015 at 15:37  
 
Written by slim pickings on 23.08.2015 at 15:24

Written by Bad English on 23.08.2015 at 14:52

Written by slim pickings on 23.08.2015 at 14:10

wow, really?

"it's far away from metal" you say? what metal was that in 1975?

"and even hard rock" - it is a hard rock album, what are you talking about? Sure Kashmir and In the Light are close to progressive rock I dare say but other than that it's a hard rock album.

So basically what I understood from your comment, everything that is not metal is bad. Hope I misunderstood you.


to soft sound,


TOO soft?! There are quite a few songs on this album that rock hard.

I get it you don't like it, no problem, but you saying ITTOD is better than PG, that I don't understand. And I do like ITTOD a lot.


LZ was good in I, II, III and IV only
slim pickings - 23.08.2015 at 15:44  
Rating: 8
Written by Bad English on 23.08.2015 at 15:37

Written by slim pickings on 23.08.2015 at 15:24

Written by Bad English on 23.08.2015 at 14:52

Written by slim pickings on 23.08.2015 at 14:10

wow, really?

"it's far away from metal" you say? what metal was that in 1975?

"and even hard rock" - it is a hard rock album, what are you talking about? Sure Kashmir and In the Light are close to progressive rock I dare say but other than that it's a hard rock album.

So basically what I understood from your comment, everything that is not metal is bad. Hope I misunderstood you.


to soft sound,


TOO soft?! There are quite a few songs on this album that rock hard.

I get it you don't like it, no problem, but you saying ITTOD is better than PG, that I don't understand. And I do like ITTOD a lot.


LZ was good in I, II, III and IV only


I give up...

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