Pop star David Byrne has revealed the offers for Talking Heads to reform have dried up - but he insists there is too much "animosity" for the band to regroup anyway.
The Once in a Lifetime hitmakers enjoyed great success during the late 1970s and throughout the 80s but decided to split in 1991.
Concert organisers have inundated the group with big cash offers to get back together for a tour, but Byrne has always refused - and now he admits the deals have disappeared and the band is very "unlikely" to reform.
He tells Digital Spy, "I haven't heard any of those offers for a while. For a while yes - there was offers (sic) for Talking Heads to do a reunion tour and that sort of thing, but it didn't seem very likely.
"We kind of separated for creative reasons - there was animosity - but that wasn't the only reason we went our own ways."