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Always Late - Utopia - Deface The Music

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  1. Oct 20,  · There are numerous moments in both discographies of XTC and Todd Rundgren/Utopia that sound very similar to me, and Deface the Music sounds like a precursor to the Dukes of Stratosphere, XTC's fake mid/late 60s psych band that convincingly created music that could have absolutely been released in that time period if one didn't know any soul.akinoragavironkalas.infoinfo the Music's goal /5(21).
  2. Mar 29,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Utopia - Deface The Music at Discogs. Complete your Utopia collection/5().
  3. Clearly, the high (nearly arty) concept makes Deface the Music the first Utopia album since Another Live to sound like it is solely the work of Todd Rundgren. The music is so savvy, it's clear that these songs are primarily the work of Todd, even if they're credited to Utopia.8/
  4. Aug 18,  · So let me join that group of abusers; albeit with a legitimate reason. Utopia's gem of an album Deface The Music is both underrated AND overlooked, much like Utopia. In all honesty Utopia's records were spotty affairs, usually a third of the songs per album were great, a third were decent and a third were bordering on awful/5(31).
  5. Deface the Music is the fifth studio album 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. Their song "Take It Home", replete with Genre: Pop rock.

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