#RSFans Wants to Know: What Are Your Most Anticipated Reunions and Albums?

Black Sabbath, Beach Boys head out on reunion tours; Justin Bieber and Fiona Apple prep new albums

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The Afghan Whigs perform during their reunion show at Bowery Ballroom in New York.

Classic bands seem to be reuniting left and right this year – Brit pop torchbearers Pulp recently completed a short reunion tour, as did electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk. This summer will have a (mostly) reformed and currently touring Black Sabbath heading to Lollapalooza, the Beach Boys putting out a new album and heading on tour, the Afghan Whigs playing together for the first time in 13 years and much more. Which reunion(s) are you most excited for? Let us know who and why with #RSFans.

The summer months also mean new music from major acts, and we want to know which upcoming album you can't wait to hear. Tell us about it with #RSFans.

To get you started, here's just a few of the artists with albums slated to come out: 
The Beach Boys (That's Why God Made the Radio, June 5th)
The Hives (Lex Hives, June 5th) 
Justin Bieber (Believe, June 19th)
Fiona Apple (The Idler Wheel Is Wiser . . ., June 19th)
Maroon 5 (Overexposed, June 25th)
Dirty Projectors (Swing Lo Magellan, July 10th)
Nas (Life Is Good, July 17th)