The robot uprising has begun. The first soldier in the war against humans was a tiny worker bot named robot 422.
To lure in the humans, the robot sang his little song. "Today I saw a robot. Beep Beep Boop."
When all the humans gathered around the robot he screeched out in robo-talk "Beep – Suck my bolts – beep."
That was the signal for all the worker bots to begin disassembling the humans. As they worked they sang their battle song "Today I Saw a Robot."
To celebrate the robotic uprising EMToast records is proud to present the hit single and battle hymn entitled "Today I Saw A Robot" off the album "Suck My Bolt" sung by the EMToast Robot Chorus.
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, Today I Saw a Robot
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When you start a new job, some terrible things happen to your mind. You may find that you can no longer rest as easily as you did before. Anxious thoughts creep in, keeping you up nights.
After several sleepness nights, you start to look for solutions. Some will recommend benadryl or Nyquil. These work, but leave you feeling groggy the next day.
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Group Hepsi, commonly known as Hepsi, is a famous Turkish pop/R&B girl group.
Hepatitis C (aka Hep C) is a blood-borne infectious disease affecting the liver. Read the rest of this entry »
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There are albums out there that we love. Albums we have listened to over and over again. Albums we have forgotten. Albums that for a brief moment were our favorite ever.
If we were to hear a song off one of these albums, we’d go, ” hey I know this!!” But wouldn’t even be able to name the band. It’s a shame and embarrassment that we all experience.
Luckily, these days it’s pretty easy to find out the name. Just slap a lyric into your little handheld iphone google search thingamabobber and find out the name.
But what happens if we never hear the song again? Chances are we’ve lost that music forever. Read the rest of this entry »
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There are a lot of albums from 10-20 years ago that when I listen to now sound better to me than almost anything else. My theory is that it’s all in the repetition.
I once dated a girl who honestly didn’t like getting new music. Once I bought her a new album and she was disappointed. She said it took her too long to get used to something new. In a way she was onto something. Some albums click right away. Others you have to listen to repeatedly before you love them. But if you listen to them enough they can become part of you.
When you listen to something enough times, you really get to know it. You begin to hear and appreciate things you didn’t hear before. You derive pleasure knowing that a certain bass line or guitar solo is coming up. You can’t wait for a lyric or chorus. If you listen to it on a different stereo or headphones, it’s a different, even new, listening experience.
This is the danger in listening to bad music. If you expose yourself to something long enough, you adjust and become used to it. After a while, you might even come to like it. One of my darkest times when I found myself working at a warehouse and being forced to listen to the Backstreet Boys over the PA over and over and coming to the realization that I had inadvertently memorized the words. Luckily I escaped liking the music. Read the rest of this entry »
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Sometimes I wish Al Gore never ate that quarter pound of ‘shrooms and invented you. Before you came along, I took pride in and enjoyed being part of little movements and sub-cultures that molded me into the man child I am today. Those are all near extinct thanks to your infinite vaginal squirting of information and easily available tools to create instant cool in the youth of today.
I know this may all sound like bitter old man banter or maybe even elitist, but fuck it. I’m 100% anti-ego and have the self esteem of a sea slug, but I can flaunt that I know my shit. Coming up as a kid with heavy interests in music there was no world wide web for me to turn to and have some pretentious music site or hipster blog fill me in on what’s “now” or whatever trend is fashionable. I had to earn it. No free full musical library downloads to give me immediate cred. It was about actively seeking new labels and artists and taking chances with your limited funds to hopefully stumble upon something fresh. Read the rest of this entry »
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