Led Zeppelin is once again back in the top 10 of the Billboard 200, thanks to the remastered and expanded reissue of their 1979 album, In Through the Out Door, which bowed at #9 after selling 23,000 copies and moving 24,000 total units its first week out.
The album was released on July 31, along with revamped versions of 1976’s Presence and 1982’s Coda, as part of the final installment of Led Zeppelin’s studio catalogue reissue campaign.
Following its initial 1979 release, In Through the Out Door spent seven weeks at the top of the Billboard 200. It’s a sold more than six million copies in the U.S., according to the Recording Industry Association of America.
The new Presence and Coda reissues debuted at #13 and #12 on the Billboard albums tally, respectively.