We've had some pretty cool rock reunions over the past year: Led Zeppelin, Iggy and the Stooges, The Police, The Sex Pistols, Rage Against the Machine...
Who's next? (Not The Who, because 2/4's of them are already out there calling themselves that.)
How 'bout the Kinks and Genesis? There have been rumblings about both in the past week.
Ray Davies told BBC News that The Kinks - with all members still breathing - were working on an album of new material.
"We've started a little bit of this and that," he said. "But it is too early to judge the quality. It depends if there's good music. We want good new music. I'd like to do it as a more collaborative thing than we used to do."
Let's hope it comes to fruition, if only for the sake of Ed Masley.
The one I want to see even more is Genesis, who are throwing out another invitation to the elusive Peter Gabriel. Upon the release of a boxed set of vintage Genesis material, Tony Banks told Billboard, "I know Phil [Collins] would be quite happy with the idea of just playing the drums; it would be quite fun for him. Mike [Rutherford] and I are certainly happy to do it. I know Steve [Hackett] is keen as well. I think it'd be down to Peter (Gabriel) more than anyone else."
It almost happened in 2004 for the anniversary of "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway." Then Gabriel backed out and the other three went on without him -- and sounded fantastic.
Come on, Peter, put aside your reservations and solo projects and just do it -- before you guys get too old.