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Busted reunion on the cards?
Bass guitar player Matt Willis is pondering a reunion with his former Busted bandmates.
Writing on his Twitter feed, he said he believes the band still have some "serious unfinished business".
However, he said he does not know when any such reunion would take place.
Busted made their name in 2002 with their hit single What I Go To School For, which was swiftly followed by Year 3000 and You Said No.
However, electric guitar player Charlie Simpson left the band in 2005 after the release of their second album to concentrate on his sideline venture Fightstar.
The group has so far released three LPs, including the recent Be Human album.
Meanwhile, fellow guitarist James Bourne went on to found pop band Son of Dork before going solo under the name of Future Boy.
Willis also went solo but was later dropped by his record label and has since concentrated on a career in television.Posted on 13 Oct 2009 16:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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