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Bow Wow Wow announced they will be reuniting for the first time in 30 years for a UK tour. The band best known for "I Want Candy" gained its charm partially from lead singer Annabella Lwin's 15-year-old girl vocals. At 45, will she, and the rest of the band, be able to recreate the hype they had in the past?

Bow Wow Wow certainly isn't the first band, and it's guaranteed they won't be the last, to venture back into their old ways -- many a popular-gone-defunct band has toured, from Led Zeppelin to Pinback. And, while these reunion shows and tours can stir excitement for many a super fan, they sometimes strike the wrong nerve. Some argue these tours stall creativity with the reliance on old hits instead of original material.

With that in mind, here are our picks for the best, and the best of the worst, reunion tours:

#2 - Led Zeppelin's stint as rock 'n' roll group ended in 1980 when drummer John Bonham died. Despite the loss of one of their key members, Led Zeppelin went on to do four different reunion shows and tours in 1985, 1988, 1995 and 2007. This is definitely one of the best. Robert Plant's voice refuses to alter after more than 50 years of performing.

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