The Moody Blues rose to fame in the '60s and the rock band's members are now in their 40s, but the group plans to keep on rocking instead of retiring."This is not a job to us," bass player John Lodge said Tuesday in London. "It is a way of life, and as soon as we retired from the way of life, it would all be over for us. We may still be going at 80 _ well, why stop at 80?" The Moody Blues' 13th album is to be released next week.