Sunday, 10 April 2011

The Robots

Emerging out of the Swedish alternative and garage rock scene in the midst of the '90s, the Robots combine the efforts of a four-piece crew. Commanded by Odd De Cologne (vocals), along with Frank Xerox (guitar), Piotr the Motor (drums), and Peter the Eater (bass), the Robots easily established themselves as one of the top cult bands within the Swedish punk rock underground. In 1994, that is two years after their limited cassette-only release Surfin', the Robots released their first full-length album, Music You Will Listen to Over and Over Again. This was followed by three more albums, The Robots (1997), Day of the Robots (2000) and We Are Everywhere (2004).

Music You Will Listen to Over and Over Again (1994)

128kbps mp3

The Robots (1997)

VBR mp3

Day of the Robots (2000)

192kbps mp3

We Are Everywhere (2004)

192kbps mp3


Spookywolffe said...

Looks like Away ripped off that "Day of the Robots" album cover art for Dave Grohl's "Probot" album. :))

Anonymous said...

As I remember it there was no garagerock scene in Sweden in 94. Nomads was the onlu band beside The Robots that did records. The rest came a year or two later.
Robots also released "Songs that Satan whispered in our ears" MCD 10 tracks in 95. Their best in my humble opinion.

Anonymous said...

I have Songs that Satan whispered in your ear on cd somewhere here. Now I have to dig it up.

Rodrigo Coiro said...


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