Billboard Magazine has put together another list for music lovers-- which bands are ready to reunite? They examine 18 bands ripe with the possibility of making sweet music together again.

They take a look at Led Zeppelin:

 The surviving members of Led Zeppelin have reunited for brief periods several times over the last three decades. Things looked bright in 2007 when Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones performed a one-off gig at London's O2 arena with Bonham's son Jason sitting in on drums.

The Kinks:

 Though a 1999 attempt to record with the original lineup bore no fruit, Ray Davies has played periodically with original drummer Mick Avory. Both Davies brothers have voiced positive sentiments about working together again, but nothing has come to pass.

ABBA:

 Even though Benny Andersson told Billboard.com that the four ABBA members "meet up occasionally" for events such as the "Mamma Mia" film's 2009 premiere in Stockholm, none of the band members seemed up for working together again.

For more speculations, visit billboard.com