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September 16, 2016 03:20 PM

Corey Feldman is a man of many talents, but this was quite the performance.

As one of the 1980s’ most instrumental figures, Feldman could simply rest on laurels like Stand By Me and The Lost Boys, instead he took to the Today show stage to perform “Go For It,” the album’s presumably lead single, and well… the performance was quite a doozy.

He first appeared in an all-black, hooded ensemble, and was Backed by his band Corey’s Angels with whom he explained as symbolizing “good versus evil.”

“The whole theme of [Angelic 2 the Core] is good versus evil, heaven versus hell, that sort of thing,” he said. “I know that angels have probably saved me once or twice in my life and I like helping them, as well. That’s why I created Corey’s Angels, as a way to help girls who are kind of lost and needed to find their way to get their opportunities, their dreams and make them their realities.”

Feldman’s performance featured dancing, a costume change, and a guest verse from rapper Doc Ice.

The 45-year-old artist recently released a new double album called Angelic 2 the Core, which features appearances from Snoop Dogg and Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst.

“There’s something for everyone,” Feldman previously said in May of his fifth album which was funded largely via an IndiGogo crowdsourcing campaign.

He wrote or cowrote all but one of the album’s 22 tracks, and says its halves are split between dance music (dedicated to the late Michael Jackson) and rock music (dedicated to the late Corey Haim).

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