Led Zeppelin ‎– Coda

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Swan Song ‎– 79.0051-1, Swan Song ‎– a 0051, Swan Song ‎– A0051
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A1 We're Gonna Groove
Bass – John Paul JonesDrums – John BonhamElectric Guitar, Electronics [Sub Octivider] – Jimmy PageEngineer – Andy JohnsVocals – Robert PlantWritten-By – Ben E. King, James Bethea
A2 Poor Tom
Acoustic Guitar – Jimmy PageBass – John Paul JonesDrums – John BonhamEngineer – Andy JohnsVocals, Harmonica – Robert PlantWritten-By – Page*, Plant*
A3 I Can't Quit You Baby
Bass – John Paul JonesDrums – John BonhamElectric Guitar – Jimmy PageEngineer – Vic MaileHarmonica – Robert PlantVocals – Robert PlantWritten-By – Willie Dixon
A4 Walter's Walk
Bass – John Paul JonesDrums – John BonhamElectric Guitar – Jimmy PageEngineer – Eddie KramerVocals – Robert PlantWritten-By – Page*, Plant*
B1 Ozone Baby
Bass – John Paul JonesDrums – John BonhamElectric Guitar, Electronics [Sub Octivider] – Jimmy PageEngineer – Leif Masses*Vocals – Robert PlantWritten-By – Page*, Plant*
B2 Darlene
Bass, Piano – John Paul JonesDrums – John BonhamElectric Guitar – Jimmy PageEngineer – Leif Masses*Vocals – Robert PlantWritten-By – Page*, Bonham*, Jones*, Plant*
B3 Bonzo's Montreaux
Drum [Orchestra] – John BonhamElectronics [Treatments] – Jimmy PageEngineer – John TimperleyWritten-By – Bonham*
B4 Wearing And Tearing
Bass – John Paul JonesDrums – John BonhamElectric Guitar – Jimmy PageEngineer – Leif Masses*Vocals – Robert PlantWritten-By – Page*, Plant*

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1st issue.
Released in a gatefold sleeve, with the lettering 'CODA' embossed on the front and a embossed colorless 'W' (Warner logo) on the back. Printed cardboard inner-sleeve.


Cat.No.- on spine, rear of cover and inner sleeve: 79.0051-1
Cat.No.- on spine and rear cover: a 0051
Cat.No.- on labels: A0051

Labels:
Manufactured in the UK
℗ 1982 WEA International Inc.

Publishing info:
Track A1: Twangy Music Ltd.
Tracks A2, A4 to B4: Flames of Albion Music Inc.
Track A3: Jewel Music Pub. Co. Ltd.

Sleeve:
℗ 1982 Atlantic Recording Corp. © 1982 Swan Song Inc. 444 Madison Ave, New York NY 10022
Manufactured in Germany · Press en Allemagne par Record Service GMBH, Alsdorf. A Warner Communications Company.

Inner:
© 1982 Swan Song Inc.

Track A1: Recorded at Morgan Studios, London, on 25/6/69.
Track A2: Recorded at Olympic Studios, London, on 5/6/70.
Track A3: Recorded at The Royal Albert Hall, London, on 9/1/70. Engineered with the Pye Mobile Truck.
Track A4: Recorded on the Rolling Stones Mobile at Stargroves, on 15/5/72.
Track B1: Recorded at Polar Studios, Stockholm, on 14/11/78.
Track B2: Recorded at Polar Studios, Stockholm, on 16/11/78.
Track B3: Recorded at Mountain Studios, Montreux, on 12/9/76.
Track B4: Recorded at Polar Studios, Stockholm, on 21/11/78.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 - Side A runout): W-62 RAYS L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶A̶2̶ ̶A̶0̶0̶5̶1̶ A0051 A2 W-L F T1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 - Side B runout): L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶B̶1̶ W-39 7̶9̶0̶0̶5̶1̶ ̶B̶ A0051 B I M
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 - Side A runout): W-57 RAYS L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶A̶2̶ ̶A̶0̶0̶5̶1̶ A0051 A2 W-L F T1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 - Side B runout): L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶B̶1̶ W-64 7̶9̶0̶0̶5̶1̶ ̶B̶ A0051 B I M
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3 - Side A runout): W-20 RAYS XXXXX A̶0̶0̶5̶1̶ A0051 A2 W-L F2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3 - Side B runout): W-19 7̶9̶0̶0̶5̶1̶ ̶B̶ A0051 B F1 M XXXX
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4 - Side A runout): W-32 RAYS L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶A̶2̶ ̶A̶0̶0̶5̶1̶ A0051 A2 W-L F T1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4 - Side B runout): L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶B̶ W-35KD 7̶9̶0̶0̶5̶1/V̶ ̶A̶ A0051 B - M
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5 - Side A runout): W-20 RAYS L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶A̶2̶ A̶0̶0̶5̶1̶(5 reversed) A0051 A2 W-L F2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5 - Side B runout): W8 L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶B̶2̶ 7̶9̶0̶0̶5̶1/V̶ ̶A̶ A0051 B F1 M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): A0051 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): A0051 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A & B label, bracketed): 790051 - 1
  • Price Code: Germany: Y
  • Price Code: France: WE 361
  • Label Code (rear of sleeve): LC 3445
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6 - Side A runout): W-45 KD RAYS L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶A̶2̶ ̶A̶0̶0̶5̶1̶ (5 reversed) A0051 A2 W-L F T1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6 - Side B runout): L̶Z̶ ̶1̶0̶ ̶B̶ W-44 KD 7̶9̶0̶0̶5̶1/V1 ̶A̶ A0051 B W

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
79.0051-4, A 0051-4 Led Zeppelin Coda(Cass, Album) Swan Song, Swan Song 79.0051-4, A 0051-4 France 1982 Sell This Version
90051-1 Led Zeppelin Coda(LP, Album) Swan Song 90051-1 US 1982 Sell This Version
79.0051-4, A 0051-4 Led Zeppelin Coda(Cass, Album, CrO) Swan Song, Swan Song 79.0051-4, A 0051-4 UK & Europe 1982 Sell This Version
79. 0051-1, 79.0051-1, a 0051 Led Zeppelin Coda(LP, Album) Swan Song, Swan Song, Swan Song 79. 0051-1, 79.0051-1, a 0051 Germany 1982 Sell This Version
7 90051-2 Led Zeppelin Coda(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic 7 90051-2 US 1987 Sell This Version

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ProgMan75

ProgMan75

January 17, 2020
I have a superb sounding 1st issue of CODA and I rate it above In Through The Out Door and equally good as Presence. There are 3 songs on here left off ITTOD that could have made the final cut of that album that are infinitely more listenable than All My Love and the abysmal Hot Dog. Also Walters Walk is far superior to the awful D’yer Mak’er from Houses Of The Holy from which it was also omitted. Anyway, I love this album...
ianwhetsel

ianwhetsel

December 2, 2018
Can someone help me out? I have 7 90051-1 with a promo stamp that says "S 449120" then underneath, "Lent for Promotional Use Only Any Sale or Unauthorized Transfer is Prohibited and Void Subject to Return Upon Demand by Owner Acceptance of This Record Constitutes Agreement to the Above" Can anyone let me know if you happen to find any information on this pressing I would appreciate it. Much love -big boy bobby
firstman1957

firstman1957

August 31, 2017
Could not resist not to comment. This is a story, and it can not be crossed out. Then you can delete all the albums "LZ" - except the first four. Or the first five (depending on which preferences). And so on and so forth...
Luxo087

Luxo087

August 4, 2016

Just finished listening to this album. Lets just say, that this album just doesn't have the Zeppelin feel or sound. All honesty, it doesn't sound like Led Zeppelin at all. This album just sounds like they're making a bunch of noise and the instrumentation and vocals don't fit well together. It's like a Mothers of Invention album. Some people will love it, others will think it's just a bunch of noise. I picked Coda up to get more Led Zeppelin in my collection, Side 1 was total garbage. Side 2 however, first two songs, I was able to forgive the first raunchy part of the album, but it's still nothing but background music to me. Last 2 songs, I was personally thinking "Dear God, please be over already..." Above all, it sounds as great as some random dudes playing at a Tavern that you happen to walk in to, or your neighbor's garage band. Ozone Baby is probably the best song on here, but in all honesty, If you're a Led Zeppelin collector, pick this up, if you're getting in to Zeppelin, stay away from this one until you completely trust the band. Every band has their bad (garbage) albums, and this one was by far the worst I've heard from Led Zeppelin. I love Led Zeppelin, but I do NOT like this album. Just like my passion for Metallica. Re Load, Lulu, and St. Anger are absolute crap, and I will never listen to them again. And I don't intend on listening to Coda again anytime soon either. Sorry if I bashed an album that you like/liked, and you're welcome if I helped you out or agree with you about this. But on the bright side, the album could've been much worse, nah, screw em. No mercy here, 1 star.
mariocode

mariocode

July 27, 2015
this album rocks would love to hear them play at http://www.codaphilly.com/ live
Jnanagarbha

Jnanagarbha

September 1, 2013
gatefold? card inner sleeve with tracks and credits?