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Interview by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 3 January 1974
TODD RUNDGREN, whose name conjures visions of teenager-grown-up, multicolored hair, GeeGee awards from 16 magazine, production for younameit/you'vegotit, and self-made man extraordinaire, is a realistic ...
Interview by Paul Gambaccini, Rolling Stone, 3 January 1974
"IT'S NOT that I didn't want it out," Todd Rundgren explained, "It's just that it's like a two-year, six-year time warp," ...
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, January 2012
TWO DAYS AFTER a throat-shredding three-night stand at London's Jazz Café, Todd Harry Rundgren seems relieved merely to be talking. Still sporting multi-coloured – black ...
Interview by David Hancock, National RockStar, 8 January 1977
....or at least reading this won't educate you. Now if you saw hint on telly or, even better, in concert.... well, you'd be all the ...
Interview by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 26 January 1975
City in my head/Utopia/Heaven in my body/Utopia/It's time for me/For me to go — Todd Rundgren's 'Utopia' ...
Interview by Penny Valentine, Sounds, 24 February 1973
ALL RIGHT. So Fanny can play with due competence, can pull in and please the crowds, make chunky representative albums and they've got over the ...
Interview by Pete Wingfield, Let It Rock, January 1974
WAS HE BLACK? Was he white? Was he young? Was he old? Was he human? Until the seventies he was just a disembodied croak, howling ...
Interview by Christine Natanael, Rock Scene, January 1990
MR. BIG... What's in a name, huh? Well, if you've got some of the best name in the biz, then plenty. ...
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, January 2005
RBP: What difference did it make working in your own studio for the first time? ...
Interview by Stuart Maconie, New Musical Express, 2 February 1991
Where would today's corpse-violating moshing madmen be without grebo gurus MOTORHEAD? Where indeed, cackles decent, fun-loving working class Tory and all-round smart geezer Lemmy and ...
Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, 31 January 1976
AND SO IT CAME to pass that the Santa Claus single this Yuletide season was a spaghetti-melodrama of Love and Death, by that most British ...
Interview by Nick Jones, Spiral Scratch, 9 January 1992
"ISN'T THIS where The Beatles grew up?" inquires Billy Corgan from the stage of the Underworld club in London's Camden Town. His 4-piece Chicago band ...
Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 10 February 1979
SINCE THE onset of 'serious' rock criticism in the late Sixties there seems, for the most part, to have been a parting of the ways ...
Interview by Bruce Pollock, Guitar, January 1986
"WE CALL IT BILLY Bolts or Billy Bolt Upright. I just sort of sit up and become this person Billy Bolt. You lust get into ...
Interview by Bill Holdship, Creem, February 1982
RICHARD BUTLER, the Psychedelic Furs, chain-smoking vocalist, often sounds like an extremely angry man or record. ...
Interview by Robert Sandall, Q, February 2007
ELO's founder, he has also played inside a spaceship and gripped George Harrison with his bum. ...
Interview by Bill Holdship, Creem, February 1983
RICHARD BUTLER, the Psychedelic Furs' chain-smoking vocalist, often sounds like an extremely angry man on record. Some people have compared his raspy voice to a ...
Interview by Mark Leviton, BAM, 16 February 1979
IT ISN'T EVERY DAY that a song, Phoenix-like rises from the ashes of its own failure and goes on to be a hit. It's even ...
Interview by Eric Weisbard, Spin, February 1996
POLITICAL OPPORTUNISTS MAY HAVE BRANDED TRENT REZNOR MORALLY REPUGNANT, BUT YOU BRANDED HIM SPIN'S ARTIST OF THE YEAR. SENIOR EDITOR ERIC WEISBARD JOURNEYS TO REZNOR'S ADOPTED ...
Interview by Fred Mills, Harp, January 2006
IN MID-2004 Robert Pollard announced he'd be shutting down his band of 21 years, Guided By Voices, following the release of the group's fifteenth full-length, ...
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