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  • Toll says:
    Something / Anything?, an Album by Todd Rundgren. Released January 10, on (catalog no. AS; SACD). Genres: Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Power Pop/5(1).
  • Tojale says:
    Mar 19,  · My copy (recently purchased in the Netherlands) is purple vinyl both albums (I assumed it was one LP as purple and the other red - I guess I am mistaken?) and plays really quietly and with decent sound quality, but then on my favourite track on side 3 (Torch Song) it typically has more crackling and slight distortion during the high notes/instrumental crescendos Todd hits, which is a real /5(1K).
  • Mobei says:
    Nov 23,  · The white labels of this colored vinyl issue, unlike the black vinyl white label issue, do not identify the release as promotional. Comes with a quarto insert (8 pages total of lyrics, photos, and credits, printed 2-sided, folded from a single piece of glossy paper, 4 pages per side, folded map or accordion style)/5(8).
  • Tutaxe says:
    Jul 20,  · Category Music; Song Intro; Artist Todd Rundgren; Album Something/Anything; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Rhino (Pure)); LatinAutor - SonyATV, EMI Music Publishing, CMRRA, Warner.
  • Dot says:
    Nov 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino Intro · Todd Rundgren Something/Anything? ℗ Bearsville Records Inc. Manufactured and Marketed by Rhino Records Inc. Writer: Todd Rundgren .
  • JoJosida says:
    Feb 21,  · A Billboard #5 hit and would become Rundgren's best-known song. It was first recorded in by Rundgren's band Nazz. An uptempo version of it was on his solo album Something/Anything?.
  • Nirr says:
    Runt: The Ballad of Todd Rundgren. Following his debut album, Runt, Rundgren released his similarly-titled sophomore album in after gaining some invaluable production bronurchopatherha.kingcharlyatranhidinegorkmyccemblearfitz.infoinfo seemed hellbent on showing his diverse range on its predecessor, but true to its title, Runt: The Ballad of Todd Rundgren was more focused on soul-baring slow burners.
  • Goltikinos says:
    Something/Anything? is regarded as Rundgren's Pop masterpiece, and was recently compared to Paul McCartney's early solo work by Mojo. Todd plays all the instruments himself on the first three sides of the original album, kicking off with his best-known hit 'I Saw the Light' as well as the oft-covered 'It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference'/5(6).
  • Faurg says:
    Music On Vinyl presents Todd Rundgren the The A Wizard, A True Star series. The third album by the American musician is one of his all time highlights. Something / Anything? showcased how he managed to play all instruments on three sides of the record and produces the whole record as well.

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