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Review by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 19 December 1974
A LOT OF Todd Rundgren fans may not like this album, sad to say, for the Todd of Something/Anything is as visible as dust in ...
Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, July 1975
INITIATION IS A RECORD in two senses of the word. That is to say, it's a world record, as Todd Rundgren has been at pains ...
Review by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 14 March 1974
WHEN TODD Rundgren stopped being in rock bands (circa his second solo-ish album, The Ballad of Todd Rundgren) his musical leanings toward that which was ...
Review by Wesley Strick, Creem, August 1978
TODD RUNDGREN OPENS HIS EYES ...
Review by Nick Kent, NME, 29 May 1976
I NEVER REALLY gave up hope on Todd Rundgren. Even when the maestro was seemingly irreconcilably immersed in expounding his slant on poe-faced spiritualist dogma, ...
Review by Ben Edmonds, Creem, July 1972
THE NAME TODD Rundgren has passed across so many lips in the past few months that you can almost detect traces of chapstick around its ...
Review by Robert Duncan, Creem, August 1976
DID YOU know that Keith Relf died? I didn't until last night. But I don't care. First of all, I didn't know the guy personally, ...
Review by Max Bell, NME, 9 December 1978
THE ONE obstacle between Todd Rundgren and a successful live album comes at the stage when he has to rely on other musicians. ...
Review by Max Bell, NME, 22 April 1978
AND JUST when we all thought that Todd Rundgren had finally disappeared into the darkest recesses of his cosmological inner sanctum he comes back at ...
Review by Ben Edmonds, Phonograph Record, April 1976
THIS IS THE Todd Rundgren album that a lot of people have been waiting for. The part of his audience that considered Something/Anything pop heaven ...
Review by Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, 14 April 1973
A MAZE. A truly amazing album. That might well have been the subtitle of this latest excursion into the land of magic from henna-haired hero ...
Review by Ian MacDonald, Uncut, July 2003
THE SINCERE generational belief in the socially transformative powers of love and peace which marked the peak of the high '60s had, by 1974, dissipated ...
Review by Ian MacDonald, NME, 21 June 1975
"I WAS BORN to fly higher, born to stand where I'm standing now/Basking in the light of the neon fire/As it burns my useless body ...
Review by Wayne Robins, Creem, May 1974
Raking Turquoise Ruts Across the Velveeta Sky ...
Review by Paul Lester, Uncut, September 1997
Todd Only Knows ...
Review by Max Bell, NME, 10 January 1976
POOR OLD TODD'S taken a lot of stick of late, not least in this paper, for adhering to his mystical mind games in the face ...
Review by Jeffrey Morgan, Cheap Thrills, June 1976
EVERYBODY KNOWS that there are but two classic answers to that eternal question of the ages, "Why?" They are, of course "Why not?" and "Because." ...
Review by Nick Kent, NME, 23 June 1973
BOY, IS THIS a great record. I love it and that's saying a lot seeing as I don't seem to like that much of anything ...
Review by Jon Young, Trouser Press, February 1979
PROOF OF THE evils of peer-group pressure is found in the phenomenon of the double live album. A more useless trend would be hard to ...
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