Hey it’s Scott Alan,
Led Zeppelin is charting again – 36 years after saying goodbye.
Their final original album, 1979’s In Through The Out Door, has made its way back into the Top 10, hitting Number Nine. The album, along with 1976’s Presence and 1982 posthumous collection, Coda, are the final deluxe reissues from Jimmy Page.
In Through The Out Door was originally released on August 15th, 1979 and hit Number One on the Billboard 200 album charts exactly a month later. It held on to the top position for seven straight weeks until it was toppled by the Eagles’ The Long Run on November 9th of that year.