The Afghan Whigs are reuniting for their first shows in 13 years, including both London and New Jersey's All Tomorrows Parties festivals. To celebrate, SPIN is looking back at our feature on the band that originally ran in our April 1996 issue. "Any love is good love," cracks GregDulli, leaning back in the one funkycafe open on this snowy CincinnatiSunday, letting his big face fillup with a mouse-eating grin. Dulli's got a lot oftorn in him; he has cat eyes, almost orange ina certain light, the type that focus better in thedark. And there's that smile, the first step ina seduction that's made the Afghan Whigs'30-year-old leader the kind of dangerousheartthrob who gets bras and panties thrownat him while his band churns through talesof romance gone down a gravel road. "I stick with the classics," hedges Dulli, whenprobe a little about the noirish scenarios thatdominate his songs.