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Rock Notes

Bloc Party goes down different musical streets

From left: Matt Tong (drums), Gordon Moakes (bass), Kele Okereke (singer/guitarist), and Russell Lissack (guitar) of Bloc Party. From left: Matt Tong (drums), Gordon Moakes (bass), Kele Okereke (singer/guitarist), and Russell Lissack (guitar) of Bloc Party.
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / March 23, 2007

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Pity a poor rock band like Bloc Party . They're young and talented, creatively restless, and blessed with a feel for pop hooks and real art. Unfortunately, that isn't a recipe for success. The restless part, especially, is a problem. In fact, Bloc Party has a few of them. (Full article: 978 words)

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