14 Bands You'd Like To See Reunite
Last year saw Fall Out Boy, Destiny's Child and Broken Social Scene reunite to the delight of fans worldwide. The latest episode of Listology rounds up the 14 bands we know you're dying to see join forces again.
From classic rock gods to '90s pop favorites, watch the video above for the 14 acts we'd all like to see reunite. Or scroll through the list below for a bit of hopeful nostalgia.
14. 'N SYNC
We blame Miley Cyrus.
Her twerking at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards totally upstaged Timberlake and ruined any chance of getting the band back together.
13. The Fugees
While Lauryn Hill is coming back from her recent tax troubles...
Wyclef and Pras are down for getting the band back together.
After 30 years and 15 albums, R.E.M. parted ways in 2011.
But, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Bill Berry reunited at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, GA last year. That’s ¾ of the way there.
11. My Chemical Romance
Frontman Gerard Way posted 2,200 words about why he decided to quit.
"May Death Never Stop You" is one good reason MCR should stay together.
10. Rage Against the Machine
Has Tom Morello been spending too much time with the Boss to return to his Rage roots?
Nope: A reunion is expected for the L.A. Rising festival in August.
The big question: Can the Gallagher brothers go a whole tour without killing each other?
The 20th anniversary reissue of Definitely Maybe sparked reunion rumors.
And Liam did say he had “unfinished business.” But we say "bollocks."
8. Stone Temple Pilots
Scott Weiland was officially fired in 2013, but STP’s problems with the lead singer have been well-documented.
Lawsuits between Weiland and the band say that a full Stone Temple Pilots reunion is a ways off.
7. The Jonas Brothers
Fortunately, they're family, so keep hoping.
6. Spice Girls
We’ll tell you what we want, what we really really want.
Posh to change her mind. Victoria Beckham says, “I won't ever do it again” to a Spice Girls reunion.
5. Pink Floyd
Getting Roger Waters and David Gilmour to perform Pink Floyd music together has only happened twice in 30 years.
Drummer Nick Mason said, “I would do it. I’m ready to go … But I'm not holding my breath.”
4. The White Stripes
Jack White told NME back in 2012 that there is “absolutely no chance” he'd get the White Stripes back together...unless he was going bankrupt.
So, you're saying there’s a chance?
3. Led Zeppelin
They may have won the GRAMMY for Best Rock Album for Celebration Day this year.
But Robert Plant made it clear he never wants to get the Led out again.
2. Guns N' Roses
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!
Haaa! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! (But seriously, Slash never says never.)
But maybe not for long. Big Boi and Andre 3000 are reportedly working on solo material, so it may be a short summer in Stankonia.
Catch up on all the previous episodes of Listology here!