Friday, May 27, 2016

Stuck In Thee Garage #132: May 27, 2016

Let's face it, when the robots become self-aware, we're all screwed. But until then, we can enjoy some of the many songs about robots, some of which I played today on Stuck In Thee Garage. So when your Roomba turns against you, you can at least remember back to the good ol' days.

Hopefully your Roomba doesn't look like this:

This playlist has come from the future:

Hour 1
Artist - Song/Album
Thin Lips - Total Separation/Riff Hard
Car Seat Headrest - 1937 State Park/Teens of Denial
A Giant Dog - Sleep When Dead/Pile
Nothing - Vertigo Flowers/Tired of Tomorrow
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard - Gamma Knife/Nonagon Infinity
Desert Mountain Tribe - Feel the Light/Either That or the Moon
Speedy Ortiz - Emma O/Foiled Again EP
Adia Victoria - Dead Eyes/Beyond the Bloodhounds
Left and Right - Ringer/Pivot Foot
Future of the Left - White Privilege Blues/The Peace & Truce of Future of the Left
Gordon Downie - Canada Geese/Coke Machine Glow
Gordon Downie - Figment/Battle of the Nudes
The Tragically Hip - No Threat/Yer Favourites
The Tragically Hip - At Transformation/Now for Plan A
The I Don't Cares - Dance to the Fight/Wild Stab
Bob Mould - Daddy's Favorite/Patch the Sky
David Bowie - I Can't Give Everything Away/Blackstar

Hour 2: Robots
Kraftwerk - The Robots/The Man-Machine
Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Part 1/Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
Andrew Bird - Not a Robot, But a Ghost/Noble Beast
Red Red Meat - Robo Sleep/Red Red Meat
Phinedroids and Ferbots - Phinedroids and Ferbots/Phineas and Ferb
Flight of the Conchords - Robots (Live)/The Distant Future
Riverboat Gamblers - Robots May Break Your Heart/Underneath the Owl
The Redwalls - In the Time of the Machine/The Redwalls
The Saints - Do the Robot/(I'm) Stranded
Queens of the Stone Age - These Aren't the Droids You're Looking For/Queens of the Stone Age
Rush - The Body Electric/Grace Under Pressure
Four Tet - Iron Man/Everything Comes & Goes: A Tribute to Black Sabbath
Gary Numan - M.E./The Pleasure Principle

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