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Vox pop – yay or nay: bands reunited?

Bands continue to reform amidst controversy from fans

Take That set the reunion trend at the Millennium Stadium

Whether their music defined your childhood or still haunts it, bands of the past are reuniting en masse.

Following in the footsteps of Blur, Pulp and Take That, rock legends the Stone Roses and 90s pop act Steps are the latest in a long line of groups to reform.

While some fans are elated, others are taking to Twitter to ask artists not to reform and debate continues as to whether they’re just cashing in.

The Welsh capital’s no stranger to hosting big comebacks. The Millennium Stadium featured heavily in Take That’s revival, and 2012 sees the Motorpoint Arena as a hot venue for reformed acts, including Blink 182 and Steps.

Time to tune your radio to Nostalgia FM or simply turn off? Over to you.

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