Ray Davies told Rolling Stone magazine that he’s seeing his brother Dave Davies next week and wants to let everyone know, if Dave is up for a reunion, he’d be up for it too!

Maybe a Kinks reunion will happen after all.  Guitarist Dave Davies previously called his brother, singer Ray Davies an “arsehole” and insinuated the rocker did not want to reform the band even though he did.  After 15 years of being teased about a reunion, we’ll see if this one finally comes to fruition.  Read more at RollingStone.com.

The first three albums from The Kinks are set to be re-released as deluxe editions on April 19th.  All three releases will feature the original album, along with EPs, BBC performances and alternate, mono, demo and single versions, all remastered from the original tapes.  The 1964 debut album, Kinks, will include the original album along with 42 other tracks and the EP Kinks-Size.  The deluxe edition of the second album, 1965's Kinda Kinks, includes 23 additional songs and the EP Kwyet Kinks, along with songs and demos that were previously unreleased.  Finally, 1965's The Kink Kontroversy will feature an additional 17 songs.