Out Through the In Door

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Out Through the In Door
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Studio album by Vanilla Fudge
Released June 2007
Recorded July 2006 at the Underground, North Hollywood, California
Label Escapi Music Group AB, Bianic Music
Producer Carmine Appice
Vanilla Fudge chronology
The Return
Out Through the In Door
Spirit of '67

Out Through the In Door is the eighth album by Vanilla Fudge, released in June 2007, with the US finally following in August 2009. According to the band's official webpage, it originally was to be released in February 2007. The following statement was taken from their website:

Coming in February, 2007... A New Album! It's true! Mark, Vince, Tim, and Carmine were in California in July recording an album of Led Zeppelin covers. Mark said, "Basically, we rearranged some songs — we're doing a lot of their stuff Vanilla Fudge style. Some of the arrangements are slowed down, and some speeded up but I think we've done the songs justice."

The album title is a play on words of the 1979 Led Zeppelin album In Through the Out Door.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Terrorizer Magazine 6/10 stars

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Immigrant Song" (Jimmy Page, Robert Plant)
  2. "Ramble On" (Page, Plant)
  3. "Trampled Under Foot"* (John Paul Jones, Page, Plant)
  4. "Dazed and Confused" (Page)
  5. "Black Mountain Side" (Page)
  6. "Fool in the Rain" (Jones, Page, Plant)
  7. "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" (Anne Bredon)
  8. "Dancing Days"* (Page, Plant)
  9. "Moby Dick" (John Bonham, Jones, Page)
  10. "All My Love" (Jones, Plant)
  11. "Rock and Roll"** (Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant)
  12. "Your Time Is Gonna Come" (Jones, Plant)


Vanilla Fudge
Additional personnel