- Bands that most definitely shouldn't reform. Please please don't!
Seeing as it seems to be quite the rage with the Roses and the Mondays, it was all looking good
Until now. Six music are presently playing the new single by….
They’ve got an album coming out! Dear God! Its bloody awful! As bad, or worse than you’d expect. Please, please make it stop! 🙁
Your nominations for a band who’s members you would actually murder if they threatened to re-form, go on tour and get their woeful noise play-listed on six music
Where’s my gun?Posted 7 years agohelsMember
I think I must black that kind of thing out, I can’t think of any.
Really sorry about Whitney Houston tho, cos we now have to hear her dreadful version of that song belted out on every news report.
The only consolation being that Dolly Parton will be raking in the royalties (she buys books for poor children).Posted 7 years agomintimperialSubscriber
The Levellers never actually split up, it says here. They probably just ended up playing gigs to five stoned crusties and a dog for a decade or so. I have to confess to having a soft spot for them, I was a fan when I was 15, and they’re so earnest, so very, very earnest, bless ’em. Wouldn’t want to listen to their records again though, heavens no.
I was going to nominate The Cranberries as the band that shouldn’t be allowed to reform, but apparently I’m too late, they got back together in 2009. God I **** hate The Cranberries.
Reformed bands are never that good are they.
As a rule I agree, but I saw Pulp last year, and they were absolutely bloody marvellous.Posted 7 years agonickfMember
I think most of them have reformed, it’s just that the world didn’t care.
But I’d be really happy if Blur would just f*** off into the distance and not come back. If Damon could also make sure that the ex-Mrs Damon’s terrible Elastica followed to the Great Indy Landfill, that’d be splendid.
Oh, and Damon? Take Gorillaz with you as well, eh, and The Bad, The Worse And The Whiny while you’re at it.
Go on, f*** off back to Colchester, you git.
I’m not even going to talk about The Darkness.Posted 7 years agobristolbikerMember
I’m not even going to talk about The Darkness
Not sure about Justin’s new look, but they were rather good on the comeback tour late last year….. part of me still thinks he should have carried on with Hot Leg….. awaits new album with interest before passing final judgement.Posted 7 years ago
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