For decades, fans of The Beach Boys have asked themselves "Wouldn't It Be Nice" if the surviving members buried the hatchet and reunited to record a new album and mount a new tour?"  Yes, it would, and yes, it will.Friday, it was announced that Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine and Bruce Johnston have finally agreed to do it again and will celebrate their 50th anniversary next year with the release of an all-new studio album and 50 date tour. The album, which Wilson will produce, will arrive sometime in 2012, and the reunion tour begins April 27 at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.