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Readers’ Poll: 10 Rock Bands You Hope to See Reunite

See which dormant band managed to get more votes than Pink Floyd, the Smiths and Genesis

Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd reformed with Roger Waters at Live 8 in the summer of 2005 but don't expect a repeat of that reunion

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LCD Soundsystem and Guns N' Roses may be back together, but there's still a very long list of bands that remain split. Some ended by mutual decision after decades on the road, while others imploded just a few years after reforming and haven't even been in the same room for decades. It seems to be a rock & roll rule that every band that can conceivably reform will do so at some point in the future — even if they pull a Led Zeppelin or a Pink Floyd and only do it for a single night. We asked our readers to select the bands they hope to see reunite in the near future. Here are the results. 


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