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Live Review by Michael Gross, NME, 6 July 1974
Todd Rundgren: Central Park, NYC ...
Live Review by Richard Cook, NME, 5 June 1982
EVERYTHING YOU remember about rock music is secreted somewhere on some Todd Rundgren record. The synthetic flash, the bullet-browed machismo, the candywisp sentimentality, the filibuster's ...
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 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 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 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 ...
Interview by Max Bell, NME, 19 July 1975
THE BOY FROM Upper Darby is pressed into the corner of a Blake's Hotel settee. He looks so much like a very glum rabbit that ...
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 ...
Live Review by Nick Kent, NME, 18 August 1979
WELL, THAT'S OVER. No more Led Zeppelin front covers for a good while; no more wondering whether Mick would appear with the New Barbarians; no ...
Essay by Andrew Tyler, NME, 2 March 1974
SHOO AWAY, Todd, and stop filling my head with this blue vinyl trash because it turns my head to glass and I'll never see light ...
Review by Paul Rambali, NME, 10 March 1979
YOU DIDN'T know Todd Rundgren had a new album out, did you? He has. ...
Review by Paul Rambali, NME, 26 January 1980
The no longer implacable but apparently un-stoppable Todd Rundgren releases his first blow to the forward aspirations of the new decade, a concept album. But ...
Live Review by Paul Rambali, NME, 27 August 1977
WHY AMERICA is anxious to develop the Proton Beam Weapon, when they already have Megadecibel in the shape of Ted Nugent, is a question perhaps ...
Live Review by Gavin Martin, NME, 12 June 1982
RY COODER spent the '70s with his shoulder to the grindstone and his heart in the right place delivering a series of albums which spanned ...
Review by Max Bell, NME, 15 May 1976
THIS IS BOTH Jesse Winchester's third album and his third good album. ...
Review by Nick Kent, NME, 25 August 1973
THE NEW YORK Dolls are trash, they play rock 'n' roll like sluts and they've just released a record that can proudly stand beside Iggy ...
Review by Nick Kent, NME, 27 April 1974
Sloppy seconds ...
Profile by Roger St. Pierre, NME, 23 August 1975
Report by Paul Morley, NME, 11 August 1979
EVENTS LIKE KNEBWORTH, the promoter Freddy Bannister had wanly predicted in Saturday's Guardian, cannot continue for much longer. The reasons for the inevitable decline and ...
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