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A Conversation With Dee Snider

This interview was originally published in Lollipop magazine issue 46, Winter ’99. Some 15 years ago, Dee Snider wrote the Twisted Sister album that would make him a legendary rock god seemingly overnight, though he’d actually worked long and hard for that achievement. The album was entitled Stay Hungry, and among such anthems...
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