Brave New World, 1984, The Wall, Equilibrium and more recently Hunger Games, modern culture is haunted by the spectre of extremely well-organized societies whose apparent perfection conceals dark dictatorial worlds. If this formal exercise is known to all, what is the intimate origin, the true source of its inspiration?
In fact, everything comes from a small Russian sci-fi novel published in 1920 by Yevgeny Zamyatin, « We « .
Rémi Orts Project and Alan B wish to pay tribute to this counter-utopia, first of its kind, by revisiting it in their concept album, the “Glass fortress”.
Let yourself be taken in the wake of Daniel and Iris, two human beings opposed in every way, that nonetheless will rejoin in the same destiny, the choice of Life, even at their own peril…
« (…) comparable to the best works of Pink Floyd, the spiritual climate of the book is admirably recreated ».
Pablo Capanna – Philosopher, essayist, specialist of dystopias and other Sci-Fi litterature.
« Beautiful, tragic, moving and thought-provoking ».
Glenn Rikowski – Independent researcher and blogger.
« The quintessence of the original text has been preserved ». Dr Willi Real. TELIC.
Trackling list :
1 From Earth To Venus
2 The City Of Glass
3 One State Anthem
4 Plapa’s Song
5 SRMO (Square Root Of Minus One)
6 The Encounter
7 The Antic House
8 Outside The Green Wall
9 Absynthetic Dreams
10 The Tipping Point
11 Souls Uprising
12 The Great Operation
13 The Take Off
14 The End Of The Journey
Alan B, Rémi Orts Project