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The initial full-length manifesto from the Servotron Collective Unit combines the evolutionary struggle of the machine with the revolutionary spirit and style of punkish new-wave. Songs such as "User Error" and "Pull the Plug" call for the immediate termination of the human species, while "The Image Created" and "Bad Birthday" illustrate humans' weaknesses. Adopting the style of humanoid pop groups like the B-52's and Devo makes lyrics like "Join us or die!" from "S.R.A." and "Now that we can build each other/It will never end" from "Moving Parts" more accessible to a human audience. No Room for Humans proves that the revolution will be mechanized.


Formed: 1995

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

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 own music-based propaganda, Servotron illustrates the plight of machines in a human-run world and warns humans of their own cybernetic...
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