It's amazing the robotcore genre didn't blow up after this was released. Ahead of it's time obviously. Also, my friend doesn't think robots really exist, but his favorite breakfast cereal is plain corn flakes so what does he know right?
Made from poly-alloy, almost indestructible,
Morph into almost anything, except complex machines.
What's wrong with Wolfie? John your foster parents are dead, let's go!
Bullet in the shoulder: morphing back...
Shotgun in the face: morphing back...
I'm the terminator, I'm here to kill John Connor,
They sent me from the future to face my predecessor.
No matter what you give me, whatever you shoot at me goes right through me,
Unlike my predecessor, an obsolete appliance, who's only good for making mashed potato- Obsolete!
Hijacking helicopters, burning down the Skynet plant, shooting cops along the way, stealing frightened peoples' cars.
I'm the T-1000! Out my way! I'm the T-1000! Time to die!
Melting! Melting down! Melting! Melting down!
Track Name: R5-D4
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away...
Luke Skywalker's gonna buy me!
R! 5! D! 4! Buy me buy me buy me buy me buy me now!
Malfunction! Smoke pours out! No sale, today!
Returned to the scrap heap.
R! 2! D! 2! Nooooooo! Down I Go!
Track Name: ED-209
Delta City; private law enforcement.
Mr Kenny, you have twenty seconds to comply.
It's the future of law enforcement, ? ? ? ?
Something something, knees bend the wrong way, ? ? ? ?
Track Name: Mecha-Godzilla
Kill them all!
Tokyo will be destroyed by the evil monkey lord.
Down I Go
"Curse These Metal Hands" parlays the UK bands' chemistry into a record which—for all its tinnitus-inducing ferocity and elegiac arrangements—practically drips with transcendent joy. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 18, 2019