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Weekend Rock Question: Which Artist Should Make a Comeback?

Cast your vote in our weekly readers' poll

David Bowie, ABBA and Beck
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February 24, 2012 3:35 PM ET

Fiona Apple and DMX, two icons of Nineties music, made comebacks this week, with DMX playing a rare gig at S.O.B.'s in Manhattan, and Apple's forthcoming tour of small clubs selling out in a matter of minutes. Leonard Cohen recently released Old Ideas, his first album in new material in eight years. D'Angelo, who has been missing from the pop scene for over a decade, is touring and prepping a new album. Clearly it's a good time for long-gone artists to return to the spotlight, so our question for this weekend is: Which artist should be next to make a comeback?

Photos: Random Notes

Feel free to choose a solo artist who has been missing in action for some time, like David Bowie or Beck, or vote for your favorite broken-up band. You can vote here in the comments, on facebook.com/rollingstone or on Twitter using the #weekendrock hashtag.

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