The final three of the official Led Zeppelin catalog now have a date set for their day in the sun. As with the previous LedZep classics that have been remastered and expanded in definitive editions, so will it be for Presence (1976), In Through The Out Door (1979), and Coda (1982).

On July 31, Swan Song / Atlantic Records will push the remaining three out into the marketplace. Each album can be experienced – like the previous reissues – as laden Super Deluxe Editions, multi-disc Deluxe Editions, single CD, 180g-weight Deluxe Edition vinyl LPs, single 180g-weight LP, and digital downloads (including hi-resolution files).

Presence will be most represented by a 2CD/2LP Super Deluxe Edition with an 88-page hardback book, download card of all digital files, and more:

01. Achilles Last Stand
02. For Your Life
03. Royal Orleans
04. Nobody s Fault But Mine
05. Candy Store Rock
06. Hots On For Nowhere
07. Tea For One

01. Two Ones Are Won
02. For Your Life (Reference Mix)
03. 10 Ribs & All/Carrot Pod Pod (Pod)
04. Royal Orleans (Reference Mix)
05. Hots On For Nowhere (Reference Mix)

Presence SDEdition

In Through The Out Door will be best represented by their Super Deluxe Edition package with 2CD/2LP, a companion 80-page hardback book, digital files download card, and much more:

01. In The Evening
02. South Bound Saurez
03. Fool In The Rain
04. Hot Dog
05. Carouselambra
06. All My Love
07. I m Gonna Crawl

Disc: 2
01. In The Evening (Rough Mix)
02. Southbound Piano (South Bound Saurez)
03. Fool In The Rain (Rough Mix)
04. Hot Dog (Rough Mix)
05. The Epic (Carouselambra – Rough Mix)
06. The Hook (All My Love – Rough Mix)
07. Blot (I m Gonna Crawl – Rough Mix)

In Through The Out Door

Coda, the collection of Led Zeppelin outtakes released after the band’s demise, will be best represented by its Super Deluxe Edition Box with 3CD/2LP, a 72-page hardback book, 15 previously unreleased recordings from 1968-1974, and more:

Led Zeppelin CodaCD1
01. We re Gonna Groove
02. Poor Tom
03. I Can t Quit You Baby
04. Walter s Walk
05. Ozone Baby
06. Darlene
07. Bonzo s Montreux
08. Wearing And Tearing

01. We re Gonna Groove (Alternate Mix)
02. If It Keeps On Raining (When The Levee Breaks – Rough Mix)
03. Bonzo s Montreux (Mix Construction In Progress)
04. Baby Come On Home
05. Sugar Mama ( Mix)
06. Poor Tom (Instrumental Mix)
07. Travelling Riverside Blues (BBC Session)
08. Hey, Hey, What Can I Do

01. Four Hands (Four Sticks – Bombay Orchestra)
02. Friends (Bombay Orchestra)
03. St. Tristan s Sword (Rough Mix)
04. Desire (The Wanton Song – Rough Mix)
05. Bring It On Home (Rough Mix)
06. Walter s Walk (Rough Mix)
07. Everybody Makes It Through (In The Light – Rough Mix)

Led Zeppelin Coda SDEdition


Of course, there is so much more to revel in, information-wise. To get the full info, including ordering links, simply go to Led Zeppelin’s website, and click away to everything that you could want to know about any and all of them (including past reissues).


By MARowe

8 thoughts on “Final Three Led Zeppelin Reissues Out In July”
  1. These reissues have been a tad disappointing. Doesn’t seem like they really unearthed much unreleased material other than “rough mixes”. At least the catalog is getting a decent remastering.

  2. Well this last set of remaster/reissues is a motherlode of material. I, for one, am looking forward to the In Through The Out Door remaster…great stuff!

  3. I agree J-Jam but with that said, I’ve bought all of the deluxe cd sets. They’ve finally made Coda a must have album (even though I would have picked up regardless… it’s Zeppelin).

  4. I like that LZ didn’t drag it out over years. Sir Paul could learn something from them.

  5. Will they be working on the live albums next? For example, a complete Song Remains The Same recordings would be nice.

    1. I thought they already did in 2007.
      The original album had this track listing:
      Rock And Roll
      Celebration Day
      The Song Remains The Same
      Rain Song
      Dazed And Confused
      No Quarter
      Stairway To Heaven
      Moby Dick
      Whole Lotta Love

      The 2007 version added these songs:
      Black Dog
      Over The Hills And Far Away
      Misty Mountain Hop
      Since I’ve Been Loving You
      The Ocean

      What other songs did they play at that concert that weren’t on the 2007 version? If there are many more that must have been one long-ass concert.
      There are probably other concerts, never released, that they could concentrate on.

  6. The 2007 version had extra songs but different versions of many songs compared to the original album; in particular the version of No Quarter was not the same as on the original album (I noticed it on the first listen). The album is a compilation of three concerts (frequently cutting between concerts in the middle of a song), and it would be great to have all three show, or as much as remains of them in the vault, without overdubs and cuts.

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