This is one band and one album that didn't really need to have a reunion and 10 year tour respectively. No offense to fans of the band, but they weren't exactly extremely noteworthy while they were around.
This statement reeks of ignorance, and is plain ol' wrong. If your basing your statement on the fact that Spitalfield weren't "extremely noteworthy" in your opinion, than you have a lot to learn about music. I honestly can't begin to inform you of how many bands broke up and weren't "extremely noteworthy" during their initial existence and had a significant impact on fans and musicians alike. Spitalfield might not mean something to you, but they do to others. Speaking personally, I'm from the suburbs of Chicago so there might be some bias, but Spitalfield are still considered a special band to a lot of people. Just because they weren't slingin platinum records, doesn't mean they weren't important.