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Led Zeppelin

Wearing And Tearing

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“Wearing and Tearing” is a song by English rock group Led Zeppelin. It is the eighth and final track on their final studio album, Coda. It was recorded at Polar Studios in Stockholm, Sweden during the In Through the Out Door sessions on 21 November 1978. Due to space constraints 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”. The band considered releasing the song as a special commemorative single in time for their performance at the 1979 Knebworth Festival, but this plan was abandoned because of time constraints. This song was never performed live at Led Zeppelin concerts, but Jimmy Page and Robert Plant played it at their Knebworth reunion in... Read on...

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