Wednesday Question: Which Artists Should Make A Comeback?

artist: misc date: 11/14/2012 category: ug news
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Wednesday Question: Which Artists Should Make A Comeback?
2012 will eventually be seen as the year of reformations. Black Sabbath, At The Drive-In, Refused, Blue Oyster Cult, Hundred Reasons... the list goes on. But there's plenty of awesome historic acts who really ought to reunite for the greater good of music. There are hundreds of bands to pick from, but who? This week we're asking you to answer: Which artists should make a comeback? You can pick any artist from any genre, and you're welcome to have fun with it (hell, we know you will). You could also nominate an act that hasn't formally split up, but perhaps has been dormant for a bit longer than you'd like. Don't worry if the band have insisted they'll never reform in interviews - musicians like to change their mind. There's just one rule: they have to be alive, and in a position to reunite for real (so the majority of the lineup should still be alive). Maybe you're one of the believers who think The Smiths should reform. Maybe you wish Beck would release some proper new material. Maybe you think Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd could have one last gig in them. And damn, there better be a Fugazi nomination out there! Post your nominations in the comments, and upvote any posts you agree with. We'll stack up the results and post them on Friday. Thanks!
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