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2014 release from the French Progressive Metal band. Based on the poem by W.H. Auden, THE UNKNOWN CITIZENS relates the fates of three ordinary citizens. Auden writes, 'Were they free? Were they happy? the question is absurd; if something was wrong, we would have known for sure'. The album takes a closer look at that question. Once again through this three-part work, Grorr writes a new social fable that deals with common people forgotten by history. This album tells the story of three different lives imprinted with three different atmospheres. Grorr announces a darker opus but at the same time more melodic and well handled.
2014 release from the French Progressive Metal band. Based on the poem by W.H. Auden, THE UNKNOWN CITIZENS relates the fates of three ordinary citizens. Auden writes, 'Were they free? Were they happy? the question is absurd; if something was wrong, we would have known for sure'. The album takes a closer look at that question. Once again through this three-part work, Grorr writes a new social fable that deals with common people forgotten by history. This album tells the story of three different lives imprinted with three different atmospheres. Grorr announces a darker opus but at the same time more melodic and well handled.
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Unknown Citizens [Digipak]
Artist: Grorr
Format: CD
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2014 release from the French Progressive Metal band. Based on the poem by W.H. Auden, THE UNKNOWN CITIZENS relates the fates of three ordinary citizens. Auden writes, 'Were they free? Were they happy? the question is absurd; if something was wrong, we would have known for sure'. The album takes a closer look at that question. Once again through this three-part work, Grorr writes a new social fable that deals with common people forgotten by history. This album tells the story of three different lives imprinted with three different atmospheres. Grorr announces a darker opus but at the same time more melodic and well handled.

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