they'll have a crack, no doubt. by the time the roses reunion came round, brown had come to the end of his deal with universal and i don't think it was being renewed. he was stuck in a rut playing and not selling out o2 academy size venues. the reunion has massively raised his profile, so he may be able to bag a pretty decent record deal. the nostalgia market is way bigger than it used to be too. he doesn't need to tour extensively now - lets face it, touring is just a way of raising funds and he's now seriously wedged. i'm sure he'd prefer to just do occasional arena dates, than slogging it out. that looks better to prospective record labels too.