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Boston hopes for Christmas comeback

Boston hopes for Christmas comeback

BOSTON IS BACK: Boston's Tom Scholz, left, and Anthony Cosmo, are seen in the studio in Waltham, Mass. in 2002. Photo: Associated Press

Classic rockers Boston are hoping to score a Christmas hit by releasing their first album since frontman Brad Delp committed suicide in 2007.

“Life, Love & Hope” will hit stores on Dec.3, according to Music Tap, and it will be the band’s first album of new material for over a decade.

The band’s last studio album was 2002’s “Corporate America.”

Delp’s vocals will reportedly not appear on any of the tracks. He has been replaced in the band by Tommy DeCarlo.

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