Over 7,000 of you voted in our reunion poll, with an overwhelming 37.9% giving your support to Simon Fuller's sevensome.
S Club 7 were founded by Fuller in 1998 and featured Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens.
They enjoyed a string of hit singles and albums before Cattermole left in 2002 and the band split a year later. Their underlings S Club Juniors were swiftly branded as their replacements, S Club 8.
In second place were pop rockers Busted, with 12.2%, while boyband Five strolled in at third with 10.7%.
Some of you cast your minds back further, with foxy female four-piece Eternal winning 7.5% of the vote, which was good enough for fourth.
Atomic Kitten rounded out the top five with 7.4%, though we're not sure if Kerry Katona would be up for a return to the pop game.
The full top ten was as follows:
1. S Club 7
5. Atomic Kitten
6. All Saints - properly this time!
9. East 17 - the real lineup
Other bands who you wanted to return included the recently-reformed Blue and A1, Spice Girls, the original Sugababes and the classic Appetite for Destruction era Guns N' Roses.
Watch the S Club 7 'Don't Stop Movin' music video below