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Label: Castle Communications - TFO9 1/2 • Series: Thats Original • Format: 2x, CD Album, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Synth-pop, Prog Rock
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Wrong Planet / Adventures In Utopia . First month free. Wrong Planet is the third studio album by American rock band Utopia. It delivers a markedly trimmed down, pop-oriented, and somewhat cynical direction for the band following the perniciously optimistic and progressively influenced previous album, Ra.
Reviews Review Policy. Flag as inappropriate. See more. Todd Rundgren. Initiation is the sixth solo Back On The Street - Utopia - Oops! Wrong Planet / Adventures In Utopia by Todd Rundgren, released in the summer of With this album, Rundgren fully embraced the synthesized prog sound he had begun exploring in more depth in his work with his band Utopia.
Young And Rich. The Tubes. Young and Rich is the second album by The Tubes, released in It reached 46 on the Billboard The album is no longer available on CD, although all of its songs can be found on White Punks on Dope. Nazz vs. Animal Notes. Crack The Sky. Air Pocket. Roger Powell. It includes 11 tracks all written, performed, and sung by the artist, and features Todd Rundgren on ebow guitar on one track.
Voted the 1 album of by a reader poll in Keyboard Magazine. Disco Jets. Disco Jets is a tongue in cheek project organized and recorded by Todd Rundgren and Utopia shortly after recording Rundgren's Faithful LP and including most of the musicians from those sessions. It's an instrumental recording humorously parroting 's US bicentennial celebrations, disco music, science fiction films and the CB radio fads. It was released in25 years after its recording, as part of the Todd Archive Series Vol.
It was also released as a limited edition vinyl that was manufactured exclusively by Cherry Red for Record Store Day, only appearing in record shops from Saturday 16 April. The album was the last Utopia project with Utopia's original bassist, John Siegler, replaced shortly after by Kasim Sulton. Greg Prato commented on Allmusic that "the album seems to be a bridge of sorts between Utopia's earlier prog rock direction and their forthcoming more 'streamlined' direction.
Utopia Live from the Texas Opry. Ambassador Theatre, St. Louis, November 9, Anthology POV is the ninth and final studio album by the rock group Utopia, released in It peaked at on the Billboard charts. Except for live albums and compilations, this is the last album recorded by Utopia. The ambiguous acronym title is given four possible explanations on the back cover of the album, standing variously for "Price of Victory", "Pillar of Virtue", "Point of View" or "Persistence of Vision".
The front Concerto B-Dur Op. IV Nr. 2 - Georg Friedrich Händel, Rudolf Ewerhart - Orgelkonzerte photo depicts the band dressed in quasi-military costumes and looking at a star map, while in the background the giant "Pharaoh" mask can be seen.
The album layout also reflects Rundgren's interest in computers and information technology and incorporates elements adapted from the 'window' design used in the Apple Macintosh operating system of the mids.
Swing To The Right. Swing to the Right is the sixth studio album by Utopia. It followed the Beatles parody-homage Deface the Music. Swing to the Right moves into hard-edged commentary on corporate raiders, warmongers, political villains, and despicable music industry moguls. There is little in the way of progressive rock on this album, which is limited to its title track. Recorded in winter and set for release that June, Bearsville Records was reluctant to release Beaten Into Submission - Green - Elaine MacKenzie album because of its overly political and religious tone.
In protest Utopia took this material on the road for a full year begging audiences to petition Bearsville Records execs to release it, even going as far as giving out the phone number and address of Bearsville Records and instructing audiences to ask for Albert Grossman. The cover photo is a retouched and tinted reproduction of a well-known photograph taken at a public burning of Beatles records, which took place in August in the town of Waycross, A Wizer Dub - Jah Lion - Words Of Wisdom, in response to John Lennon's controversial "more popular than Jesus" remark.
Deface The Music. Deface the Music is the fifth studio Dont Look For Love - Caught In The Act - Forever Friends by the band Utopia. The concept of the album was to pay homage to The Beatles and create songs which sounded very similar to the Fab Four's tunes throughout the various stages of their career.
It was rejected by the movie's producers for fear of legal action because it sounded so much like the Beatles. Adventures In Utopia. Adventures in Utopia is the fourth studio album by Utopia. Mixing rock, pop, disco and progressive rock music styles, Adventures In Utopia achieved predicted success with the band's established fan base and some wider commercial success with the track "Set Me Free" released as a single with "Umbrella Man" as its B-side.
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