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Echoes is the debut full-length studio album by American rock band the Rapture. It was released on September 8, 2003, through DFA, Vertigo, and Universal in the . and Output in the UK. It was co-produced by the DFA and the Rapture and recorded at the DFA's own Plantain Recording House studio in New York City. The Rapture moved from San Francisco to New York in 1999 and wrote "House of Jealous Lovers" the following year.
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"
Ra is the second studio album and third release by Utopia on Bearsville Records in 1977. The cornerstone of the album and show is Singring and the Glass Guitar, which comprises solos by each band member battling the elements: water (drums), wind (bass), fire (keyboards), and earth (guitar).
The Eurasian Union did seem to have style, even swagger, in its early days. In the run-up to its launch, Russian President Vladimir Putin called it epoch-making, imbuing it with the grand, anti-Western ideology of Eurasianism. Hillary Clinton, then the . Secretary of State, helped feed that narrative by describing the Eurasian Union as a cover for Russian efforts to re-Sovietize the region. But so far, it hasn’t lived up to that billing. No more states want to join its five members - Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, as well as Russia. Yet in the meantime the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), as it is formally known, has become a fact of life. At least 1,000 people work at its Moscow headquarters, engaged in workaday bureaucratic tasks like coordinating financial markets and standardizing pharmaceutical regulations across the five member states.