This week, considering we’ve seen Rage Against the Machine and The Smashing Pumpkins announce reunion dates, I ask which band would you like to see reform. In order to keep this list manageable, I’ve closed it from user submissions, and have also eliminated bands which would be unable due to deaths, ravages of time, I think suck, etc.
Feel free to suggest any glaring omissions below….
WHAM! haha or maybe filter, they did break up right? Talking Heads would be a great one too, classic group. also a more permanent alice in chains reunion would be sick.
C.A.D! Children of the Anachronistic Dynasty all they way! WOO!!!
*waits for others to realize the joke………..sulks back into the corner*
[quote comment=”32252″]Nice to see you added Creed. A lot of people used to like them, then some people started to say they didn’t like them, them it just spread and suddenly everyone hates them now. Typical, people just need to feel a part of some collective thing. Spare me, but I’m hardly better, although I try.[/quote]
Thanks, personally I thought they were crap from the first time I heard them.
A Perfect Circle would be nice.
Ouch! APC will be back, sure as shit… I know that pushes buttons but personally I liked them.
I wouldn’t shed a tear if I never saw APC again. I loved their first two albums, but that last lot of stuff left a bitter taste in my mouth….
[quote comment=”32257″]I love eMOTIVe. I was surprised to see so many people disliking it. It’s probably due to one person saying they hate it and then another and then it just accelerating indefinitely, now being the common, cool thing to hate eMOTIVe. Even if you claim to not be influenced by the mass opinion of eMOTIVe, subconsciously you might be. It’s just instinct, fitting into a group, to survive. But, is it better or worse to fit into a standard category? Just look into the timeline and the scientists, philosophers, etc, the ones that strived to think in a different… Read more »
also apc had their time.
grrrr. i dislike the fact that at the drive in are there. sure they are quite great, but their reformation would mean the end of mars volta, and no one would want that
[quote comment=”32262″]grrrr. i dislike the fact that at the drive in are there. sure they are quite great, but their reformation would mean the end of mars volta, and no one would want that[/quote]
ATDI < Sparta < The Mars Volta imo
[quote comment=”32263″][quote comment=”32262″]grrrr. i dislike the fact that at the drive in are there. sure they are quite great, but their reformation would mean the end of mars volta, and no one would want that[/quote]
DEICIDE with the Hoffman bros.,just cause I like the site of blood.
SLAYER with Dave Lombardo……, oh that’s right he’s rejoined and coming here.
APC with Paz, cause she’s a great um musician.
Rezro: Stop being a child.
Hellboy: Took the words out of my mouth.
Movin’ on, personally I loved eMOTIVe too, though I didn’t feel it was completely up to par with their two previous albums. I’d love to see them back together, but not if it interfered with Tool. It’s like grandma saying she’s going to join the Gardner’s Union; sure, I’m glad she’ll be happy. But who the fuck’s going to make my godamn cookies from now on?!
pink floyd all the way
Well, Audioslave just broke up, so it looks like Soundgarden and Rage Against the Machine are free to reform now: http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1552582/20070215/audioslave.jhtml
[quote comment=”32355″]Well, Audioslave just broke up, so it looks like Soundgarden and Rage Against the Machine are free to reform now: http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1552582/20070215/audioslave.jhtml%5B/quote%5D
Ah well, I’m not surprised. It’s for the best I think. Their last album smacked of contractual obligation big time. The fact they didn’t bother to tour kinda confirms this.
I do quite like the first two though.
Based on that interview though, I’m not holding out much hope for a Soundgarden revival….