Rocker Peter Criss insists a full Kiss reunion is unlikely - until band leaders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons agree to share the wealth. The drummer admits he was "distraught" when the last reunion ended badly with financial squabbles and bitterness - because he had hoped it would be a great chance to end the Kiss story. Bitter Criss says, "We repeated history. It's like we had a great chance to make it right... and it didn't happen. "I would have loved to walk away hugging and kissing and really feeling like champions. "(Now) it would have to be fair baseball. It really would. For me, it would have to be really fair. And you know what I'm talking about. It would have to be fair... One, two, three, four - fair. Everybody walks away fair. Nobody walks away with more than the others."