• DEE SNIDER Claims TWISTED SISTER Didn't Get Any Royalty Checks For Record Sales Until More Than A Decade After 'Stay Hungry' Release

    1 month ago - By Blabber Mouth

    In a brand new interview with Jimmy Kay and Alan Dixon from Canada's The Metal Voice , Dee Snider revealed that TWISTED SISTER didn't get the first royalty check from its record company until more than a decade after the release of the band's most commercially successful album, "Stay Hungry". "TWISTED SISTER didn't start receiving any album-sales royalties till we recorded 'Heroes Are Hard To Find' for the 'Strangeland' soundtrack," he said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "And in order to get the band to reunite, the record label wiped our debt out. That was 1997. The band had been...
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