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  1. You are so obviously right! But, I just now got it. A heart-felt thanks to you!
  2. Good goin'! Too bad you won't be able to see yourself on TV. BTW, I really like your siggy.
  3. That was great. I burst out laughing when the Kansas guy says, "I'm sure these guys play around at home and practice in their garage .... Has he been in a vacuum?
  4. It's sad when not so old people, turn into old people with no wisdom. I see it day in and day out, and it really is just ... sad. What's worse, is that he hasn't learned a damn thing. What a wasted life, a writer who can't write. I'll bet his dick gets hard raining on everyone's parade.
  5. Sorry pal. In terms of keeping my interest? Boring as hell and couldn't get through the muck. Dribble is dribble. Can't waste my time on it.
  6. Thank you, Robert. It's amazing how their music has influenced us world wide, in peace.
  7. I'm in such awe right now. Thanks everyone for sharing your pics with us. They're amazing.
  8. "In the 2000 film Little Nicky, it is mentioned at the end of the film that the two satanists purchased Led Zeppelin's old touring plane, but it crashed since they forgot to get a pilot."
  9. Thank you! However, I can't take the credit. They're reviews from NME and Uncut. I wasn't able to get into the proper forum to post them because the site is so crowded tonight. So I posted them here in this thread.
  10. Thank you! However, I can't take the credit. They're reviews from NME and Uncut. I wasn't able to get into the proper forum to post them because the site is so crowded tonight. So I posted them here.
  11. NME Excellent Review Led Zeppelin reunion: the review The first opinion from NME.COM's critic at the O2 Arena 1 hour ago You might think it couldn't possibly live up to expectation but, it transpires, the opposite is in fact true of Led Zeppelin's first public appearance in 19 years. They seem buoyed by the deafening roars that greet their every twitch tonight - everyone present in the O2 Arena is willing their performance to the realms of greatness. It's almost impossible to be subjective, to not be sucked in. It takes plant three songs before he offers a cursory "good evening
  12. WTG, Wolfman!!! I'm soooo excited for you! Here's three more for ya!
  13. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,316300,00.html#2 It only took a few minutes Friday night at B.B. King in New York to confirm the worst about funk and R&B legend Sly Stone. That's because Stone only made it through five of what could be loosely construed as numbers before announcing he needed a bathroom break. As recent observers have noted of Stone's failed comeback, needing to urinate is code for drugs. And when that happens, the show is over. As he did when I saw him on Nov. 20 at the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, Stone left the stage and did not return for some time. Wh
  14. Monday, December 10, 2007 By Roger Friedman Fox News http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,316300,00.html Here in London, the news of Led Zeppelin’s impending reunion show Monday night is literally the talk of the town. The Zepp get-together is actually part of a monster concert in memory of Atlantic Records co-founder Ahmet Ertegun. Other guests expected at the main show on Monday night include ex-Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, as well as possible surprise appearances by the other Stones including Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood. Foreigner, Mick Jones’ hit-laden group of the 1970s and '80
  15. Telegraph.co.uk Last Updated: 12:01am GMT 10/12/2007 On the day of the band's feverishly anticipated reunion gig, Germaine Greer recalls a concert at the Albert Hall in 1970 which converted her from cynic into believer I love Led Zep to this day, I don't know how it was that I got to see Led Zeppelin live on stage at the Albert Hall. What I do know is that I wouldn't have bought a ticket. In the circles I moved in, if you weren't invited to a rock concert and didn't have a backstage pass, you didn't go. I certainly wasn't invited by anyone connected with Led Zeppelin, who were never
  16. Aparently Bill Curbishley IS Led Zeppelin's manager. Nickey Horne of Planet Rock just said Bill Curbishley wants a tour to happen. He asked Jimi about it and again, he responded that there is discussion but they want to wait until after the 02 concert to decide.
  17. Uh ok ... This is a question inquiring Robettes want to know. Is it true that once a lefty, always a lefty?
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