Todd Rundgren Challenged by the "Exhibitionism That Comes With Performance"

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Still, at age 65, Rundgren's intents are as ambitious as ever. After a wildly diverse spate of recent releases, with last year's State, he revisited the synthesized setups and exotic experimentation that defined his work with Utopia and selected solo efforts like Individualist and Nearly Human. And yet, after establishing himself with the signature soft-rock style represented in early staples like "Hello It's Me," "I Saw the Light," and "Can We Still Be Friends," he could just as easily have forsaken any attempts at experimentation and reaped the rewards that pop superstardom offered.

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