2009 Albums - Bands Reformed

Bands Reformed

  • A1 (new album and tour)
  • Adema (original lineup reformed w/ Mark Chavez, new album and tour)
  • Bee Gees (announced live concerts)
  • Blink-182 (new album and tour)
  • Blue (summer tour since split in 2005)
  • Cinderella (announced 2010 tour dates)
  • Cold (first album and tour since their split in 2006)
  • Cold Chisel
  • Creed (new album and tour)
  • The Cranberries (first tour since 2002)
  • Faith No More (touring only)
  • Far (New album and tour)
  • Frodus (new 7" EP and touring)
  • House Of Pain(touring)
  • Jairus (releasing album and touring)
  • Johnny Hates Jazz (First new album and tour since breakup in 1992)
  • Karma To Burn (touring only)
  • Limp Bizkit (original lineup, tour, new album)
  • Matchbook Romance
  • Mott the Hoople (touring only)
  • Mr. Big (touring only)
  • Mucky Pup (touring and new live CD & DVD releases)
  • Noise Addict (New album)
  • October Tide (New Album)
  • Phish (new album and tour)
  • Plastic Ono Band (first album under the name since 1975)
  • Public Image Ltd. (touring for 30th anniversary)
  • Saint Vitus (few shows only)
  • The Scene Aesthetic (new album and tour)
  • Screeching Weasel
  • Skunk Anansie (new single, greatest hits album and tour)
  • Sublime (one-off performance)
  • The String Cheese Incident (one-off performance)
  • Sunny Day Real Estate (album reissues and tour)
  • Terrorizer
  • Tumbleweed (appearing at Homebake festival)
  • Underground Lovers (appearing at Homebake festival)
  • Wang Chung (new album and tour)
  • The Jacksons

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