ZEPPELIN, KINKS: Who Will Reunite Next?

With the recent news of Motley Crue andThe Black Crowes reuniting,Rolling Stonehas 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.

And how about we propose, Which band currently working would you like to see reunite with key members?

  • Deep Purple with Ritchie Blackmore
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival with John Fogerty
  • Styx with Dennis DeYoung
  • KISS with Ace Frehley & Peter Criss
  • Yes with Jon Anderson
  • Cheap Trick with Bun E. Carlos
  • Judas Priest with K.K. Downing
  • Journey with Steve Perry
  • Foreigner with Lou Gramm
  • The Beach Boys with Brian Wilson
  • Van Halen with David Lee Roth,Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony
  • Chicago with Peter Cetera and Danny Serpahine
  • Queen with John Deacon
  • Grateful Dead with Phil Lesh
  • Grand Funk Railroad with Mark Farner
  • Fleetwood Mac with Lindsey Buckingham
  • Kansas with Kerry Livgren,Steve Walsh and Robby Steinhardt
  • Rolling Stones with Bill Wyman
  • Bon Jovi with Richie Sambora

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