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Rock is alive and kicking at FNX show

Excerpted from The Boston Globe
December 11, 2003

For doubters who cling to the fashionable but misguided notion that rock is dead -- or punk, or pop (the good old fashioned kind with melodies and electric guitars) -- the eclectic grab bag of artists in WFNX-FM's marathon "Alter-Nativity Show" on Tuesday night offered a convincing counterargument. As with films, restaurants, or car mechanics, when it comes to finding bands, you just have to know where to look to find the good ones....

Loveless, a muscular Boston four-piece fronted by Dave Wanamaker (Expanding Man), delivered a superbly streamlined set built on crunching, classic-style guitar rock full of heart, heat, and most important, hooks. The riff-charged swagger of "Gift to the World" (also the title of Loveless's full-length debut) and "Suicide Machines" offered proof that there's some life left in the old rock 'n' roll dog yet. And despite the fact that it was an '80's-style power ballad, "She Could Be Something Good" flashed sweetly back to the Guns N' Roses prom favorite "Patience" and said something about this band's ability to rise above an unforgivable song genre.

- Jonathan Perry

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