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|1. In the evening|
|2. South bound saurez|
|3. Fool in the rain|
|4. Hot dog|
|6. All my love|
|7. I'm gonna crawl|
This is definitely not their strongest album, but it isn't the worst. The album has it's high points with In the Evening and All of my Love which drive the album, and although in... Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2013 by Emily
The last of it's kind from the beginning of an new era in music but based on the sound of the day. The only problem with this album is the fact that Led Zeppelin refused to do what... Read morePublished on July 18 2012 by SAMMY6TOES
"In Through The Out Door" was zep's final studio album, and it's a good album. It's NOT as horrible as some claim, but it's NOT as "outstanding" as some say either. Read morePublished on March 17 2007 by Mark A. Wallace
In Through The Out Door may be Zeppelin's best kept secret. Recorded shortly before Bonzo's passing, it showcases the amazing range of this band, not only in their... Read morePublished on Jan. 25 2006
OK, back at the end of the '70's I bought the record and I had mix feelings about it. But, I'm a loyal Led Zeppelin fan so I gave it a second chance about two weeks ago. Read morePublished on Sept. 21 2005 by Pine Lake
I really like this CD a lot, I cannot believe ANY Zeppelin fan giving it less than 5 stars: "In The Evening" is one of the top 5 Zeppelin songs ever, "Fool In The... Read morePublished on July 7 2004 by David Brown
in the evening-good. a classic. synth and guitar have equal dominance.
south bound suarez-ok.
fool in the rain-great song. great performance by all band members. Read more
Although not the best of the Led Zeppelin albums, it is still has great music and shows the ability of this legendary band to make music no matter what style. Read morePublished on June 9 2004 by "spacemanbd"
This album much like the others Led Zepplin did aren't that great.Everyone likes to say that their music is so hard and it rocks and that they were the greatest band during the... Read morePublished on June 6 2004