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Which Band Needs to Reunite Right Now?

Cast your vote in our weekly poll

Robert Plant and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin; Axl Rose and Slash of Guns N' Roses.
Dick Barnatt/Redferns; Ke.Mazur/WireImage
January 17, 2014 3:00 PM ET

With everyone from the Replacements to Outkast to Neutral Milk Hotel hitting the festival circuit this year, there are increasingly few bands left to reunite. It's especially true when you discount the Clash, the Doors, the Ramones and other bands that are missing their singer or other key members.  

Don't Hold Your Breath Waiting for a Byrds Reunion

Now we have a question for you: which band do you hope to see reunite next? Feel free to pick a stadium band like Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin, an indie legend like Uncle Tupelo or an underground act like Fugazi. Pick whichever dormant band you want, but just make sure they have enough living members to make a reunion feasible. Tommy Ramone and the New Ramones doesn't sound like a very exciting show. We will, however, accept bands like Guns N' Roses, Smashing Pumpkins or other groups touring without their most beloved lineup. 

You can vote here in the comments, on facebook.com/rollingstone or on Twitter using the hashtag #weekendrock. 

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