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I love In Through the Out Door and the songs on Coda from In Through the Out Door sessions! Can you imagine what Zeppelin would've gone on to do if Bonham hadn't died? They were fantastic in their final years! After Celebration Day they should've made an album with Jason! I can't stop listening to Darlene over and over! It's such a fantastic song! And the best part about ITTOD is no plagiarism like on their earlier albums! I mean seriously the only song on Led Zeppelin I that wasn't copied from someone else was Communication Breakdown! And ITTOD features exclusively John Paul Jones on keyed instruments which is where in my opinion he was totally in his element. He's definitely the most talented member of the band. If you haven't listened to ITTOD I recommend it!
Here's another "What If?" question for you: what if "In Through the Out Door" was released as a double, rounded out with the 1978-era "Coda" tracks and "Walter's Walk" thrown in for good measure? The original ITTOD clocks in at 42:25 and with the four tracks added, the revised total (by my math) is 60:50. That's a little short for a double, but at 67:07, "Exile on the Main Street" isn't that much longer. Something like "Swan Song" could have rounded it out nicely. What do you think?