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IN THROUGH THE OUT DOOR

Led Zeppelin

 

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FatalV
4 stars Last work of a real Monster...

Led Zeppelin reaches the end with a really interesting album. It's important to me saying, that this band has never let me down and every release, really surprised me. ''In Through the Out Door'' is the 8th release of the Led Masters and their last, too.

Plant's voice is always there. This man manages to keep inaltered his magical voice and this is well noticed here. Page's guitar palying has no need of references and comments. Always charateristic, always clear, always Les Paul-zy. Jone's bass playing has no big differences from all those years of the band's top career, but the notable thing here are the keys. Does this guy have to make a keyboard career too? Perfect parts and ideas, perfectly arranged and performed. This album has many to teach to everyone rock band's keyboard player. Without doubt, equally placed with Page's guitar in this album. Bonham's drum playing is always strong and potential, dressing the whole project for the last time. This monster of drummer leaves this world, presenting his last master work.

''In Through the out Door'''s production is the usual crystal and perfect work of Jimmy Page. Production Seminario for another time. The album presents different styles in its tracks, something always noticed to Led Zeppelin. From the classic Zep with its magical intro, ''In the Evening'' and ''Fool In the Rain'', to the 60's ''South Bound Saurez'', to the country style ''Hot Dog'', to the 80's style ''Carouselambra'', to the wonderful rap-hip-hoppy ballad ''All of My Love'' (reminding the Rolling Stones, in my opinion), to the magical outro of ''I'm Gonna Crowl''....Perfect work..!!!

Essential for the fans of this master group, highly recommended for everyone rock listener. 4 stars really...

FatalV | 4/5 |

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