Which Band Will Reunite Next? Placing Odds on 15 Groups, from Led Zeppelin to N'SyncWe gauge the chances for a reunion of Oasis, REM, Pink Floyd and 12 other dormant acts
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When Peter Murphy stopped by Rolling Stone headquarters earlier this month we asked him about the possibility of a Bauhaus reunion. "Bauhaus hasn't existed since the last album in 2006, and that was only for 18 days a couple of tours," he said. "The further away from each other we are, the better. It's too emotional. It's just bad. It's English. We're extremely polite with each other, but we can't bear to be near each other." This proclamation that the band is likely gone forever got us thinking about other dormant bands. What are the odds that The Talking Heads will ever reunite? How about Led Zeppelin, or even N'Sync? We put together a video gallery of fifteen dead bands, and gauged how likely it is that they were ever reform. Click through to see the results.