If you grew up with 90s music, you’ve probably noticed that a lot of those old bands are back. Let’s take stock of some of the reunions we’ve seen so far. The original version of Veruca Salt returned to the road for the first time in nearly 20 years. Kula Shaker, which represented the psychier part of Britpop is back. Lush, a group that played the mainstage of the legendary 1992 Lollapalooza Festival, has announced plans to perform and record again. L7, the all-female grunge band, started playing shows. They go back further than the 90s, but the Jesus and Mary Chain is working on their first album in seventeen years. We had the Replacements back for a while. I think My Bloody Valentine’s reunion is still holding. Same with No Doubt and Blur. Who’s next? And which 90s band would you like to see one more time?
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