Talking Heads. I mean for a full reunion tour. Not just a single show at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
The live shows were awesome
>tfw my favorite band just got back together months ago and they're planning to release new shit
can garcia still sing? would kill for some Kyuss or Slo Burn but I guess they are too pissed at each other
>The Mars Volta
Please no. They should have quit after Amputechture.
Eh, I'd be happy if Ramshackle Glory just made more albums like Live the Dream and less like everything else they've done.
Talking Heads, they need to just get over whatever is preventing a reunion.
The Misfits should really do at least one reunion tour. I can understand why they don't like working together anymore, but they need to reform the Danzig (or even the Graves) lineup before they get too old.
Oasis, not for the music but because I always get a chuckle whenever I read about one of the Gallagher brothers doing something horrible to each other.
Kraftwerk needs to get their late seventies classic lineup, or at least Florian Schneider back.
The Kinks should really at least do a few more shows, because they're pretty damn old now.
>Bands that shouldn't reunite/need to stop
The White Stripes (literally pointless)
Rage Against the Machine (either make new music or fuck off already)
Fugazi (I have the feeling that they must have a pretty good reason for not having done any reunion shit)
I'm willing to bet that they aren't "broken up" in the sense that they won't play live, just that they're not guaranteed to put out another album on any kind of schedule. Call it performance art if you want, Death Grips has never really sat very well with being constricted be it with touring, with having to sit down and make an album on a deadline.
Relatively sure that in addition to them getting out of a "growing" period, I'm sure that's what deliberately seeing how much shit Epic Records could take before they dropped them was about because while I love TMS and NLDW, they sound like "teenage" Death Grips in comparison to Niggas on the Moon Deathgrips who can not just put together some creative ideas, but have the songs actually work together instead of each one trying to sound different and running in its own direction.
My Chemical Romance
I enjoy them, fight me. Also, I don't mind Gerard Way's solo stuff but I still miss them.
To me Snowing was John mourning his father's death, now that Snowing is over, John has finally moved on. Although I wish John would make more music like he did in Snowing, I'm glad that what Snowing was for John is over.
>My dad died, like his dad died, and I know someday I'll die, but I'm alive.
This. So much this. Only if they continued to release material that sounded Amputechture-like or before, unless they whipped out some new sound that blew all of them out of the water.
They were definitely going for a more widely appreciable sound with their new effort. It doesn't sound much like TMV or ATDI but I think that's the goal. Something different, not something that sounds like their old shit.
Still though, I didn't care much for the album either. Still looking forward to their new one which is going to be released at some point in time, though.