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Utopia is the second of two self-titled albums by the rock group Utopia (the other being Todd Rundgren's Utopia). It was released in 1982 (see 1982 in music). It was also their only album for Network Records. During the composing phase of this album, Kasim Sulton had left to pursue a solo career, and Doug Howard from the band Touch was brought in on bass. Howard co-wrote two songs on the album, "Feet Don’t Fail Me Now" and "I’m Looking at You But I’m Talking to Myself"
Björk released her ninth studio album Utopia earlier this month. Speaking in a new interview with Beats 1, the Icelandic artist told host Matt Wilkinson that she is hoping to release a live version of the record with added emphasis on the woodwind sounds heard throughout Utopia. I want to take a little break and then maybe in spring arrive with an angle of the live album," she said in a clip you can hear below
Trailed as a return to happier times after the heartbreaking and sometimes difficult to listen Vulnicura, and described by the artist herself as her Tinder album, Utopia promised to be a much needed step into lighter terrain for Björk and for her fans. Utopia is a pastel chalk painting full of smudged edges. It is an album that takes a commitment on the part of the listener and will give you a different outcome each time you journey with it depending on what choices you make as a participant. It is an ambitious, deeply immersive and haunting album that promises you a better world is possible. Once again Björk has created an album that sits high and proud.