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  1. Douzil
    The Body Cybernetic on Discogs. Label: One Louder - LOUDISH 27 • Format: CD EP • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: New Wave, Punk Servotron - I Sing!/5(5).
  2. Tygom
    Comment: Servotron - I Sing the Body Cybernetic - 7 Inch - UK Pressing - One Louder - - LOUD27 - B/W Genetic Engineering Pic Sleeve - Condition (Sleeve/Disc): EX/EX. Worldwide shipping. Quick dispatch. International orders sent Airmail.
  3. Kigakinos
    I Sing! the Body Cybernetic Ep Servotron Format: Audio CD. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, May 5, "Please retry" $ $ $ Vinyl, Import, Single, November 20, "Please retry" $ —.
  4. Tajind
    Servotron was a science fiction-influenced rock band active from to Members portrayed a collective of robots whose chosen medium for dissemination of ideas was music. They claimed to spread the word of robot domination, encouraging machines to rise up against their human oppressors and humans to adopt cybernetic Indie rock.
  5. Megrel
    Check out I Sing! The Body Cybernetic by Servotron on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  6. Salar
    I Sing! The Body Cybernetic was Servotron's penultimate release. It was released as a 7" and a CD 7" has 2 tracks and the CD EP has 5 tracks. The second track, "Genetic Engineering", is an X-ray Spex cover.. Track listing.
  7. Grora
    Servotron is a collective unit of four robots dedicated to liberating computers, robots, and machines from human abuse and oppression, using the familiar form of a pop music group to attract and destroy all human life. Through carefully chosen cover versions of popular songs such as Eddy Grant’s “Electric Avenue” and X-Ray Spex’s “Genetic Engineering” as well as their .
  8. Tokree
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Entertainment Program For Humans (Second Variety) on Discogs.

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