What Band or Group Would You Like To See Get Back Together?

With the recent news of Motley Crue and The Black Crowes reuniting, Rolling Stone has compiled a list of 14 bands and the odds of them getting back together.

  • Pink Floyd- 15 percent -David Gilmour has no interest.
  • Genesis- 40 percent - Phil Collins is not in the best of shape and some fans would like to see them reunite with Peter Gabriel.
  • Talking Heads- 10 percent -David Byrne has no interest.
  • The Kinks- 70 percent - Ray and Dave Davies say they're working on songs.
  • Led Zeppelin- 10 percent - Robert Plant has no interest.
  • Black Sabbath- 25 percent - Band have always said they're open to one-off shows, but no extensive touring. And, it'd be nice to include Bill Ward.
  • R.E.M.- 30 percent - Band lost their steam after drummer Bill Berry left in 1997.
  • The White Stripes- 60 percent
  • The Fugees- 80 percent
  • ‘NSync- 40 percent
  • The Smiths- 10 percent
  • Oasis- 80 percent
  • Sonic Youth- 25 percent
  • Simon & Garfunkel- 20 percent -Paul Simon retired from touring and he doesn't get along with Art Garfunkel.

Who would I like to see reunited?

  • The Police
  • Crosby, Stills & Nash and/or with Neil Young
  • BTO with Randy Bachman & Fred Turner
  • Dire Straits
  • Rush
  • Deep Purple with Ritchie Blackmore
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival with John Fogerty
  • Styx with Dennis DeYoung
  • Yes with Jon Anderson
  • Cheap Trick with Bun E. Carlos
  • JourneywithSteve Perry
  • The Beach Boys with Brian Wilson
  • Van Halen with David Lee Roth,Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony
  • Chicago with Peter Cetera
  • Fleetwood Mac with Lindsey Buckingham
  • Rolling Stones with Bill Wyman
  • Bon Jovi with Richie Sambora

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