We're giving away our five Utopia records on coloured vinyl.
To help you all through this difficult time and in celebration of the wonderful Todd Rundgren/Utopia series we released, we're giving away the five Utopia records. These are all limited editions on coloured vinyl. All you need to do to participate is go to our Facebook/Twitter/Instagram page and follow the instructions in the post about this contest. You can enter until March 29th, and the winner will receive a private message the next day. Stay safe and support your favorite musicians!
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The second album, Ra, by the rock band Utopia moves on where it stopped on their self-titled debut album. It's the last of their pieces which are closely related to the prog music. It's dynamic and versatile and contains all the elements that make a great record.
Deface the Music is a concept album by the band Utopia, which pays homage to The Beatles and creates songs that sounded very similar to their tunes throughout the various stages of their career. It delves into Beatlemania without sounding like a direct copy, as the music perfectly fits in the vibe of the '80s. It's a pure homage to The Beatles, clocking in 13 numbers, the same amount of numbers as "A Hard Day's Night”.
Oops! Wrong Planet is the third studio album by Todd Rundgren's rock band Utopia. This pop-oriented album focuses on short songs in the style of the Beatles and other harmonic bands. Their prog-rock epics are gone and the band was evolving to a more commercial rock band.
Todd Rundgren's Utopia is the debut album by the American rock band Utopia. It can be seen as one of the most definitive prog albums of all time. Praised by many as an superb masterpiece where every aspect of Todd's creative ideas come together on record.
Adventures in Utopia is the fourth studio album by Todd Rundgren's band Utopia. The album was a step into the new-wave of the '80s, combined with their rock sound. Their first total group effort where each member had a say and owned their part. The least one can say this is a solid reminder and a worth measure of Rundgren genius.