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Millennial ZepHead

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About Millennial ZepHead

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  1. http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/jimmy-page-on-led-zeppelins-enduring-rock-legacy/ "It seems that it were up to Jimmy Page they would be on the road in a heartbeat. But Robert Plant just doesn't want to do it." And you know what, you are absolutely right, it is selfish of me to want Robert to do it even if he doesn't want to. I guess the whole point of this exercise was to try and implore him to think about the reasoning behind and his source of reservations differently. He's never come right out and said, "I don't want to because I'm not interested in it anymore." He's always either
  2. Steve Jones, I actually am on facebook under another name not far from my full name, as undersigned. So, by your own logic and your own obvious credibility issues to spend more than a nano second on your research before stating your opinion are equally obvious. It would be different if you had all other remainig band members expressing equally that they have no interest in reforming. Then, my point of view woukd obviously be futile. Also, if Axyl Rose wanted to reform who would you be to get in the way? The music doesn't belong to you. I'm sure if they did people would go to see them as wel
  3. Steve Jones, I actually am on facebook under another name not far from my full name, as undersigned. So, by your own logic and your own obvious credibility issues to spend more than a nano second on your research before stating your opinion are equally obvious. It would be different if you had all other remainig band members expressing equally that they have no interest in reforming. Then, my point of view woukd obviously be futile. Also, if Axyl Rose wanted to reform who would you be to get in the way? The music doesn't belong to you. I'm sure if they did people would go to see them as wel
  4. Steve Jones, I actually am on facebook under another name not far from my full name, as undersigned. So, by your own logic and your own obvious credibility issues to spend more than a nano second on your research before stating your opinion are equally obvious. It would be different if you had all other remainig band members expressing equally that they have no interest in reforming. Then, my point of view is obviously futile. But it's not so, which one of these three pints of view are unlike the other. At this point I almost wish Robert would come right out and say he doesn't want to do it
  5. Okay everyone, I have waited awhile to respond to this topic because I was interested in seeing how the subject developed. I do have to say, as a young and perhaps unnecessarily enthusiastic and naive member of the forum, the apathy and resignation exhibited by these responses is APPALLING, and demonstrates exactly why I felt it necessary to write this letter in the first place. The problem in your thinking is precisely where the issue lays. Don't you think, that if you were John Bonham you would want the celebration of your memory to be positive above anything else and PROACTIVE?
  6. Hello Everyone, In the wakes of the story of Robert "ripping up" the $800 contract offered by Richard Branson, the following is a letter written by myself and a few other "hopefuls" characterizing our still undying hope for a reunion tour. It asks Mr. Plant to reconsider his decision from another perspective. By using the power of social media (and armed with the knowledge that these forums are occasionally monitored by people directly related to the organization), we are hoping to circulate it, in the hopes that he or one of his people might see it and ponder the idea, for what it's wor
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