Led Zeppelin reunions: Robert Plant’s friend Dee Snider on real reason why they’ve stopped

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Snider, who was promoting his new solo album Leave a Scar, said: “Let’s just say they don’t need to do it. And that is the motivation for some bands, the need to do it economically.

“And I get it, Robert and I have spoken about this. The idea of leaving people with a fond memory.

“Sometimes we see our heroes, in the sports world, where they overstay and they become a shadow of a great player they once were.

“Your last memory is of them limping off the field and that’s the moment.”



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