Due to space constraints, the song was not included on In Through the Out Door. It was left unreleased until 1982, when it was eventually included on the album Coda. It was one of three songs recorded at Polar Studios which were omitted from In Through the Out Door and later released on Coda, the other two being "Ozone Baby" and "Darlene".
"Wearing and Tearing" was intended as a statement by Led Zeppelin that they could compete against the popular punk bands of the time.
Global equities: wearing and tearing: each month, What Investment speaks to fund managers and analysts, focusing on four different asset classes, and asks them to reveal the key issues currently driving their stock selection decisions.(ASSET ALLOCATION)
Aug 01, 2006; In the main, investors have reacted with considerable resilience to the falls of the past couple of months. The most common...