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State Theater New Jersey 2005
Review by Gary Hill
This is quite an unusual set. I have to think this show was unique, though.

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I like pretty much everything Todd Rundgren does. 

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I would say that this set is pretty effective.

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Without an opener, there was just enough time for a bathroom break before the windup. If you weren’t in your seats by 7:45 PM, you would have been missing the preliminary inning.
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