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Meet Your Mechanical Masters was Servotron's debut release. It was released in 1995 on Sympathy for the Record Industry (cited on the sleeve as Sympathy for the Machines). This single was released on purple vinyl and black vinyl. It was re-released as a silver circuit board picture disc as the "Super Expensive Ultra Limited Totally Bitchen' Silver Disc". People Mover" is a song about vehicles at the Atlanta airport. RAM Side: "People Mover". ROM Side: "Slave to the Metal Horde".
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Sympathy For The Record Industry (catalog number SFTRI426). This album was released in 1995 year. US. Format of the release is.
Meet Your Mechanical Masters" 7" (1995 Sympathy for the Record Industry) "Batteries Included" 7" (1996 Goldenrod) "Celebration of Annihilation" 7" (1996 Eastside) "There Is No Santa Claus!" 7" (1996 AmRep) "Electrical Power Sources For the Electrocution and Extinction of the Human Race.
Meet Your Mechanical Masters was Servotron's debut release. Machines of Sonic Manipulation. MACHINE 1 Z4 - OBX: Mechanical percussion sync and electronic rhythmic reinforcement. MACHINE 3 339837X: Interactive mechanisms of monotonic expression of dissension, synthetic speech patterns used in context of modern systems of melodic infusion.
Servotron chronology. Meet Your Mechanical Masters (1995). Batteries Included (1996). Celebration of Annihilation (1996). Batteries Included was Servotron's second release. It is also referred to as Red Robot Refund or Servotron. It was released on gray vinyl and black vinyl in 1996 on Goldenrod. The cover is all gray with raised Servotron lettering. The plastic sleeves with the gray version are screened with the same lettering and a robot walking (pictured). This 1990s indie rock album-related article is a stub.
Performer: Servotron Genre: Electronic, Rock Album: Meet Your Mechanical Masters Style: New Wave, Punk, Synth-pop, Indie Rock. The Mechanisms Recognized As Your New Leaders. MACHINE - Z4-OBX - Tempo.
|B||Slave To The Metal Horde|
- Artwork – Shag
- Bass – -... .- ... ... -... --- -
- Drums – Z4-OBX
- Guitar, Vocals – 339837X
- Keyboards – Proto Unit V3*
NotesMACHINE 1 = Z4 - OBX: Mechanical percussion sync and electronic rhythmic reinforcement
MACHINE 2 = Proto Unit V3: Synthesized key sequences, replicated female voice, melody matrix
MACHINE 3 = 339837X: Interactive mechanisms of monotonic expression of dissension, synthetic speech patterns used in context of modern systems of melodic infusion
MACHINE 4 = -... .- ... ... -... --- -: Low frequency data and feedback loop
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): -ROM- SFTRI-426-A Arificial intelligence....
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): RAM SFTRI-426-A ....IS BETTER THAN NONE AT ALL
|SFTRI426||Servotron||Meet Your Mechanical Masters (7", Single)||Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI426||US||1995|
|SFTRI426||Servotron||Meet Your Mechanical Masters (7", Single, Ltd, Pic, RP)||Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI426||US||Unknown|