Eternity is Rosetta's debut album on Rexrode Records, released in the Spring of 2001. Imagine gritty space rock standing on the shoulders of Pink Floyd and T. Rex, a revival of sorts of the concise psychedelia that has long ignored age and gender gaps. Eternity is a 42-minute album-oriented set of songs reminiscent of late 60's /early 70's brit-rock, an era when bands viewed both their albums and singles as pieces of sonic/melodic art. Full of both rock and mellow numbers, the album features the sort of hooks, atmospheres and musical interludes that would have left a less disciplined band with an overdone double album. But Rosetta have kept the listeners' attention span in mind, procuring an album that flows seamlessly between a variety of moods and pieces that assemble into a beautiful whole.