Robert Plant on Zep Reunion: No Way, Zose

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carodon

Hey he IS robert plant the proto-typical posure of anyone's time. When you watch say the Song Remains"" when the band is jamming he's in the corner posing, the guy from the Cult "IAN pantsbury" is the best example I can give for a modern lead singer. Did you see the "Fire Woman" video?? Priceless

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metronome_jones

To quote Chris from Family Guy's Star Wars episode:
"WHAT THE PHANTOM MENACE IS THAT GUY'S PROBLEM!?!?!" :D

Still, if the bluegrass CD hadn't done so well you bet he'd be on board! Kinda like Sting & The Police. Once the public stopped buying his solo stuff in droves (and the yoga classes started to really drain the bank account) voila: The Police Reunion Tour.

Til Bob's bluegrass thing tanks, keep on spinnin' those DVDs of The Song Remains the Same & the reunion show.

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hyuk17

Too bad he needs his arm twisted to do what would probably be the biggest tour in history. He can't take a few months to do it for all the loyal fans and people who never got to see the band in the past?? Not to mention his band mates. He's had 28 years to do his own solo stuff, most of it pretty lame.

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Nstreb

Robert Plant definitely doesn't deserve to do what he wants to.

Sure, a Zeppelin tour would rock, but the stuff that he's done with Krauss is really good too. I'd much rather see what he is able to create in that genre than just hear him play what he's already done.

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dparker

If Robert Plant doesn't want to do it then that's his right. It wouldn't be a reunion anyway, because John Bonham is not going to make it! It is not a real reunion if all the original members are not involved.

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vhfanjack

Come on, do it for the fans, we need a full scale reunion, and this wont cut it....Whos gonna go see him singing bluegrass with some lady? Far out, we all want him to jump on board for the reunion, so he should do it for the fans.....

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