Released in August, 1979 - In Through the Out Door was the 8th studio album by the English, heavy metal, rock band Led Zeppelin It was their final album of entirely new material. And, it was the last album released by the band before the death of drummer John Bonham in 1980.
Personally - I found this offering from Led Zeppelin to be a bit disappointing. Nearly 40 years later - I thought that most of the songs didn't hold up very well. On a whole - They sounded somewhat tired and uninspired.
Out of this album's seven tracks - I found that only two were at all memorable stand-outs. And, those 2 were - Fool In The Rain, and All My Love.... (*Watch music-video*)
All (Of) My Love, In the Evening, and Fool In the Rain all make this a 5 star album.
innovative and influential
Led Zeppelin is able to create songs with a sound that is heavy, hard, brutal, direct and also touching and delicate. The album reached number one in the UK and the US in just its second week of its release. Another great work from this exceptional band.
local boys & friends of my parents! what can i say, brilliant british band 5 *'s
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