**In process of stocking** Inonu is the last collaboration between the three founding members of the industrial band Urbain Autopsy, originally released in 1988, in a box containing two C40 tapes, a booklet and a leaflet on the now defunct Tears Compilations label.
Inonu is a concept album, it is divided in 4 acts, themselves divided in scenes, and as it is a story there is no dead time between each scene. The pieces follow one another like in life. Inonu has a beginning and an end. You can’t listen to one part and ignore the others, it’s as if you wanted to read only one chapter of a book or watch only one scene of a play. It is the most accomplished project of the group.
Inonu tells a slice of history of the life of an imaginary totalitarian country, which could make think of an ex-Eastern country, who knows? It should be noted that Inonu was published one year before the collapse of the communist bloc… We can also compare the architecture, the constructivist art and the industrial music of Urbain Autopsy and notice the osmosis that emerges. Some names have been picked at random from an encyclopedia. Their realities have no relation with the fiction transmitted in Inonu.