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  • The robots of Cave Story range from the two main protagonists, Quote and Curly Brace, to bosses such as the Heavy Press. These characters are hostile, friendly, or neutral depending on where you find them. They appear to be immune to the effects of the Red Flowers/crystal.
  • Using Sentai Fortress as their main base, Exo-Force now keeps the robots at bay, using their own Battle Machines.
  • Cyberdogs, also called Cyberhounds, are dogs with at least one mechanical part and one organic part. Their physical and mental abilities have been modified robotically and cybernetically, creating a kind of canine-robot hybrids.
  • Miss Scary may have had a punished in the end of Little Miss Whoops' plot In the Mr. Messy dance scene, there were two sound effects from Super Mario World, the midway point sound, and the left/right camera scroll sound. Mr. Grumpy almost cried in this episode.
  • Onze wetenschappers hebben een mechanische reus gebouwd met spieren van metaal en stoom als hart! Alleen de best getrainde Soldaten kunnen deze kolos besturen, maar hij zal indruk maken op het slagveld! Kosten: link=Onderzoekspunt| Onderzoekspunten Effect: maakt het rekruteren van stoomreuzen mogelijk in de Barakken Voorwaarde(n): Buskruit (militair)
  • Robots is a game for Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS released in 2005 and is based off the film with the same name. If you open the case, you'll find some movie tickets for the movie, Robots. First, this movie with the same name was released before the game was released before Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Ice Age II: The Meltdown were released to theaters as they were released in the year. A long time ago, you won't be able to get some movie tickets if you never purchased it in 2005.
  • Robots have often been featured in various Muppet productions over the years, as characters or as loudly whirring props. Robots, mechanical devices which can move and operate on their own, have a similar mystique to that of the puppet. In the Muppet universe, however, like other appliances, robots are generally distinguished by their ineptness and tendency to fall apart or explode. Many of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew's inventions, whether referred to as such or not, could be considered robots.
  • thumb|261pxRobots es una película de animación de 2005 dirigida por Chris Wedge y Carlos Saldanha.
  • thumb|360px|Réparation de 2 robots porteurs au centre de robotique.Les robots sont fabriqués par un ingénieur dans l'atelier de robots du centre de robotique.
  • A register used to determine the number of robots left in the arena (Including your own). Often used for switching to a robot's 'solo mode' code, for one-on-one duels.
  • Robots are sexmachines that move around, are able to make buttsex and manipulate the mind and sometimes mimic humans. Robots are manly and are used in tasks which are either kinky, extremely hard or dull for humans. In other words humans are too lazy for some jobs.
  • Robots are the mechanical beings that coexist with humans in the Astro Boy universe. At first, they were meant as mere tools for humans to use. However, as time goes on, humans begin to realize that they are becoming more like them every day. Some humans found this to be enjoyable, but others began to grow afraid of them. Through misunderstandings and misconceptions, both humans and robots began to enter a dark age. Usually, a key point of the different versions of the Astro Boy series is the free rights of robots everywhere.
  • Es una subdivisión del género de ciencia ficción. Las obras tratan el tema del logro de la verdadera inteligencia artificial. Robots usan cerebros artificiales y, inclusive algunos, simulan la inteligencia o apariencia humana. Son famosas las historias de robots de Isaac Asimov: Robots e imperio, Sueños de robot, Yo, Robot. Asimov introdujo el término robótica en el léxico. Otros ejemplos de obras que utilizan robots son Star Wars, Star Trek, Transformers, entre otros. Obras:
  • Robots are NPC's available during the SciFi 2016 Event. They serve as the usual roaming characters. They spawn every 3 minutes until the amount of 30 is reached. When the town is filled, further Robots are spawned to a bank and moved from the bank into the town as soon as some of them are tapped by the player. The bank also can't hold more than 50 Robots. This makes a town go full after 4 hours have passed.
  • While Rick Myers was working at the Bodega Bay Inn as a caretaker, he started to work on his project of creating artificial intelligence in two robots for his company BioTech. He built two robots (one named Hermes) that were supposed to follow him around the hotel and play laser tag with him but he could never program them right. Rick eventually gave up and scrapped the project after the Totems killed his bosses and he discovered Andre Toulon's puppets.
  • In 2019, the fist successful robot was build by Japanese sceintests. By 2067, robots were commonplace and looked similer to humans cosmeticly. They had 'genders,' a male robot was named a android and a female one a gyroid. Unknown to humans, robots did have emotions. although simulated, where seriouis. After 2098, most robots learned to cope on thier own.
  • Robots is an anthology edited by Isaac Asimov. It was first published by NAL in 1989.
  • The robots are automatons present on all six Tiny Planets as well as in space, though most commonly on the Tiny Planet of Technology. They have segmented hulls and can be orange, white, purple, pink, green, red, or blue in colour. Most robots possess a pair of arms and either a propellor or a set of wheels, though they may have a variety of other parts with different functions. While the robots are there to help, and do so in most cases, they sometimes inadvertently cause problems.
  • Most of these bots seek only victory in battle, and will do anything to obtain it, but a few others have ulterior motives, such as Corrosion's dream of (quote) "Ruling the world by the Emperor's side."
  • As well as humans and mythical beings, the Gunnerverse is populated by robots! Lots of robots.
  • "Robots" (also known as Humans Are Dead) was featured in the episode Sally and is performed by Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement. It was also included on The Distant Future as well as their 2008 self titled album.
  • Robots go by a number of terms coming from a history of trying to settle on one and some of them have grown to mean slightly different things. In all, the terms are "robot", "android" and co, "maschinenmensch", and "automaton".
  • There are more than just one type of robot that Umbrella has developed, some however are more harder to make than others because of their lack of resources. * Scouts: Scouts are designed to make squadrons and other robots aware of any danger that they might run into and where it is located. They are usually small and fast, but can kill with 4 Micro Miniguns on their arms. * Primary Combat Unit: Or PCUs are the main combat units that Umbrella has to offer. They are usually bigger than human and are either lightly or heavily armed. Their primary weapons are dual Miniguns on their arms. They are mainly used on the assault and for security purposes. * Combat Androids: Are usually limited but if encountered, they are known to take a considerable amount of damage. They are known to use
  • Lavish CGI movie from the makers of Ice Age and illustrator William Joyce. Ambitious young robot Rodney Copperbottom (voiced by Ewan McGregor) leaves his hometown for Robot City, hoping to show his inventions to his childhood hero Bigweld (Mel Brooks). To his dismay, Bigweld has been displaced by Ratchet, who is interested only in selling shiny upgrade parts to robots. The voice cast also includes Greg Kinnear, Jim Broadbent, Amanda Bynes, Jennifer Coolidge, and Drew Carey. This Film provides examples of:
  • See also: Robot Robots aren't something most folks outside of the Core planets have much experience with, and even those in the Core aren't accustomed to much more'n some basic service drones or whatnot.The development path when it comes to 'bots has forked somewhere down the line into two courses, heading away from one another as fast as can be. Source: Serenity role playing game
  • Autonomous, ambulatory, and apparently artificially intelligent, robots can be seen at various points throughout the game on stations and planets doing various tasks. Aside from these "droid" types, one could also consider automated weapons platforms and seeker mines robots, albeit much simpler varieties.
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  • See also: Robot Robots aren't something most folks outside of the Core planets have much experience with, and even those in the Core aren't accustomed to much more'n some basic service drones or whatnot.The development path when it comes to 'bots has forked somewhere down the line into two courses, heading away from one another as fast as can be. The first path is trod by those who don't think a drone or 'not has any place but as a sophisticated tool.You're never gonna mistake a drone from this branch as anything other'n what it is - a piece of gal guhn hardware.Drones and 'bots are clunky, built for function, and there's no attempt to given 'em personalities or trying to make 'em fit in amongst humans in any more'n you'd teach cooler to sing and dance. The other path's the more dangerous one, to it mild.Those who walk this path will never be satisfied with anything less than 'bots that can pass for human,pass any Turing test they're put to, and can mingle among us as our friends, allies and (in a few cases) lovers.There aren't many things the Alliance does that makes much sense,but they've thrown down some mighty severe rules about this sort of development, and it's slowed the march toward humanlike 'bots considerably. Source: Serenity role playing game
  • The robots of Cave Story range from the two main protagonists, Quote and Curly Brace, to bosses such as the Heavy Press. These characters are hostile, friendly, or neutral depending on where you find them. They appear to be immune to the effects of the Red Flowers/crystal.
  • Using Sentai Fortress as their main base, Exo-Force now keeps the robots at bay, using their own Battle Machines.
  • Robots go by a number of terms coming from a history of trying to settle on one and some of them have grown to mean slightly different things. In all, the terms are "robot", "android" and co, "maschinenmensch", and "automaton". The word "robot" — as well as a female-specific variant "robotess" — was introduced in 1921 by Karel Čapek through his play R.U.R.. The robots of the play are wholly organic and easily mistaken for human beings, but artificial nonetheless. They are created as several components later assembled into one functional robot. Čapek has credited his brother with coming up with the word, which is taken from the Czech word "robota", which refers to forced labor as part of serfdom. The play was highly popular and was in short time translated into many languages, introducing the term "robot" in each one. Possibly due to its thematic connection of servitude, "robot" crossed over to and ended up replacing earlier words for mechanical beings. One of those earlier words is "automaton", which dates to the 8th century BCE. The word is Greek, being composed of "auto-" from "autos" ("αὐτός", "self") and "maton" ("ματον", related to "menon"/"μένον", which means things like "mind", "drive", "purpose", "spirit", etc.), thereby being translatable as "self-acting". In Ancient Greece, the word referred to several mobile metal statues said to exist to serve royals and gods and the word remained the primary word for such creatures until "robot" came into the scene. Due to this development, "automaton" failed to become tied to post-19th century robots and as such has become a term principally to refer to non-electronic variations with an emphasis on clockwork-style robots. "-oid" is of Greek origin too, coming from "eidos" ("εἶδος", "shape"). It is commonly added at the end of other words to indicate "shape of [word]". A few of these "oid"-words are foremost tied to robots, namely "android", "droid", "gynoid", "bioroid", and "plantoid". "Andr-" in "android" is taken from Greek "ἀνήρ" ("aner", "man"), so "android" means "shape of a man" and was first used in the 1728 Cyclopædia, or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences by Ephraim Chambers. Its partner is "gynoid", with "γυνή" ("gune") indicating a woman-shaped creature. Neither words inherently refer to robots or even simulacrums in general, but are often used so and concern themselves with the shape and the implications of the shape of the robot before anything else. As such, the two terms aren't fit for any robot with a shape outside a human binary setup, as the existence of "plantoid" shows, although "android" is often treated as a default. The term "droid", coined in 1952 by Mari Wolf along with "rob", is an adjustment of "android" and picked up by the Star Wars franchise as shape-non-specific term for its robots. "Bioroid", a contraction of "bio-" and "android", is a term occasionally used for organic robots. "Maschinenmensch" dates from 1927 and originates from the movie/novel Metropolis by Fritz Lang and Thea von Harbou. The term is German for "machine-human" and the maschinenmensch has the honor of being the first robot to appear in a movie. The term was overshadowed by "robot", which was introduced only a few years earlier. The maschinenmensch also has the honor of being the first robot with artificial skin to make her indistinguishable from an organic lifeform. Outside of these four, there are various terms for specific kinds of robots. In addition to "robotess" and "gynoid", the term "fembot", a contraction of "female" and "robot", exists. It was coined in 1976 by Arthur Rowe and Oliver Crawford in the television series The Bionic Woman. "Cyborg" dates from 1960 and was thought up by Manfred Clynes and Nathan S. Kline as a shortening for "cybernetic organism". It is used to refer to creatures that are part organic and part mechanical.
  • Cyberdogs, also called Cyberhounds, are dogs with at least one mechanical part and one organic part. Their physical and mental abilities have been modified robotically and cybernetically, creating a kind of canine-robot hybrids.
  • Miss Scary may have had a punished in the end of Little Miss Whoops' plot In the Mr. Messy dance scene, there were two sound effects from Super Mario World, the midway point sound, and the left/right camera scroll sound. Mr. Grumpy almost cried in this episode.
  • Onze wetenschappers hebben een mechanische reus gebouwd met spieren van metaal en stoom als hart! Alleen de best getrainde Soldaten kunnen deze kolos besturen, maar hij zal indruk maken op het slagveld! Kosten: link=Onderzoekspunt| Onderzoekspunten Effect: maakt het rekruteren van stoomreuzen mogelijk in de Barakken Voorwaarde(n): Buskruit (militair)
  • Robots is a game for Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS released in 2005 and is based off the film with the same name. If you open the case, you'll find some movie tickets for the movie, Robots. First, this movie with the same name was released before the game was released before Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Ice Age II: The Meltdown were released to theaters as they were released in the year. A long time ago, you won't be able to get some movie tickets if you never purchased it in 2005.
  • Robots have often been featured in various Muppet productions over the years, as characters or as loudly whirring props. Robots, mechanical devices which can move and operate on their own, have a similar mystique to that of the puppet. In the Muppet universe, however, like other appliances, robots are generally distinguished by their ineptness and tendency to fall apart or explode. Many of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew's inventions, whether referred to as such or not, could be considered robots.
  • thumb|261pxRobots es una película de animación de 2005 dirigida por Chris Wedge y Carlos Saldanha.
  • thumb|360px|Réparation de 2 robots porteurs au centre de robotique.Les robots sont fabriqués par un ingénieur dans l'atelier de robots du centre de robotique.
  • A register used to determine the number of robots left in the arena (Including your own). Often used for switching to a robot's 'solo mode' code, for one-on-one duels.
  • Robots are sexmachines that move around, are able to make buttsex and manipulate the mind and sometimes mimic humans. Robots are manly and are used in tasks which are either kinky, extremely hard or dull for humans. In other words humans are too lazy for some jobs.
  • Robots are the mechanical beings that coexist with humans in the Astro Boy universe. At first, they were meant as mere tools for humans to use. However, as time goes on, humans begin to realize that they are becoming more like them every day. Some humans found this to be enjoyable, but others began to grow afraid of them. Through misunderstandings and misconceptions, both humans and robots began to enter a dark age. Usually, a key point of the different versions of the Astro Boy series is the free rights of robots everywhere.
  • Es una subdivisión del género de ciencia ficción. Las obras tratan el tema del logro de la verdadera inteligencia artificial. Robots usan cerebros artificiales y, inclusive algunos, simulan la inteligencia o apariencia humana. Son famosas las historias de robots de Isaac Asimov: Robots e imperio, Sueños de robot, Yo, Robot. Asimov introdujo el término robótica en el léxico. Otros ejemplos de obras que utilizan robots son Star Wars, Star Trek, Transformers, entre otros. Obras:
  • Robots are NPC's available during the SciFi 2016 Event. They serve as the usual roaming characters. They spawn every 3 minutes until the amount of 30 is reached. When the town is filled, further Robots are spawned to a bank and moved from the bank into the town as soon as some of them are tapped by the player. The bank also can't hold more than 50 Robots. This makes a town go full after 4 hours have passed.
  • Lavish CGI movie from the makers of Ice Age and illustrator William Joyce. Ambitious young robot Rodney Copperbottom (voiced by Ewan McGregor) leaves his hometown for Robot City, hoping to show his inventions to his childhood hero Bigweld (Mel Brooks). To his dismay, Bigweld has been displaced by Ratchet, who is interested only in selling shiny upgrade parts to robots. Rodney finds himself alone and broke in the big city. Luckily (or unluckily) for him, he falls in with motormouth and kleptomaniac Fender (voiced by Robin Williams), who introduces him to his little sister Piper and his misfit collection of friends: Lug, Crank Casey and Diesel (who needs a new voice chip and is The Unintelligible for most of the movie.). Ratchet's factory stops producing spare parts, forcing robots to upgrade worn-out components. For bots like Fender and his friends who can't afford the upgrades, this means the scrapheap - a nightmare world beneath the city which just happens to be overseen by Ratchet's domineering mother. Rodney, as The Hero, isn't just going to sit back and let this happen. With the help of Cappy, an employee of Ratchet's who's disgusted by the way things are going, he sets out to reinstate Bigweld and defeat Madame Gasket and her son. The voice cast also includes Greg Kinnear, Jim Broadbent, Amanda Bynes, Jennifer Coolidge, and Drew Carey. This Film provides examples of: * Alternative Foreign Theme Song: Japan uses "Mawaru Sora" written by Hitomi Yaida. The European theme is "From Zero to Hero" by Sarah Connor. * Arc Words: "You can shine no matter what you're made of." * Ass Kicks You: Aunt Fan. * Big Bad: Arguably, not Ratchet, but his Mother. * In more ways than one. * Big Good: Bigweld. * Big Damn Heroes * Boomerang Bigot: Ratchet's mother Madame Gasket, who wants to destroy all older "outmode" robots. While oblivious to the fact she is made of "outmode" parts. * By the Lights of Their Eyes: Justified because they're robots, and their eyes have built-in flashlights. It only happens in one scene for about five seconds, though. * Chainsaw Good: No actual chainsaws per se, but Madame Gasket's minions boast pretty impressive sawblade arms. * Not to mention the one that Rodney and Bigweld use to destroy all the Super-Sweepers at once... * City of Adventure: Robot City, in contrast to Rodney's hometown, Rivet Town. * Color Coded for Your Convenience: The bad robots tend to be chrome (or rust-coated...things) while the good ones tend to have chipped paint or a distinctly retro feel. * Cross Dresser: Fender ends up in a skirt and heels. Fender Gender Bender? * More like an Easy Sex Change. * Also, at one point in his adolescence, Rodney's hand-me-downs are from his cousin Veronica. * Corrupt Corporate Executive: Ratchet * Creation Sequence: See Innocent Innuendo. * Dance Party Ending * Does This Remind You of Anything?: Again, see Innocent Innuendo. * Double Jump: The Video Game has the Wonderbot Trampoline. * Easy Sex Change: Fender * Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Inverted: Madame Gasket is even more villainous than Ratchet, but she still cares about her son. * Freudian Slip * Getting Crap Past the Radar: It should have been titled Getting Crap Past the Radar : The Movie. * What'd you expect when Robin Williams is part of the cast? * "You missed the delivery, but don't worry, making the baby is the fun part". * In one scene, Rodney asks, "Who wants to get fixed?" to a group of robots. A robotic dog then covers up its crotch while whimpering. * The hobo robot (Hobot?) towards the beginning has a sign that says "Got screwed". Not subtle. At all. * Well, he does have a screw-arrow-hat-thing. * When Bigweld comes back and is walking through Bigweld Industries, a robot walks out of the male restroom, then, upon seeing Bigweld, goes back into the bathroom, but goes in the female restroom. The sign for the male restroom has a plug and the sign for the female restroom has an outlet. * The British dub had Aunt Fanny's name shortened to "Fan" because of this. * "Honey? What's that extra piece?" "Oh yeah, they always put in an extra... We did want a boy, right?". Wow. Just wow... * Glowing Eyes of Doom: The sweepers. * He Is Not My Boyfriend: Cappy and Rodney. * Only once, and offhand. * Heroic BSOD: Bigweld, of all people. * Innocent Innuendo: "Making the baby is the fun part!" Rodney's parents then proceed to assemble him from a kit. * Insult Backfire * Jerkass: Tim the Gate Guard, full stop. * Kill the Poor: Madame Gasket is revealed to be melting down lower-class robots into products for her son's company to sell. * Larynx Dissonance: Jim Broadbent, playing Ratchet's mother * Meaningful Name: Ample-reared Aunt Fanny (who became Aunt Fan in the UK, since 'fanny' in this country refers to a... nearby, yet different portion of the anatomy). * Also Lampshaded: * Mechanical Lifeforms * Misanthrope Supreme: Madame Gasket, who wants to eliminate all outmodes, never mind the fact that she is one. * Misfit Mobilization Moment * My Beloved Smother: Madame Gasket. * Never Heard That One Before: On the Bigweld Show Rodney watches in his childhood, Bigweld asks Tim the Gate Guard, "Who closed this gate? You know we never close this gate!" When Rodney meets Tim in real life, years later, he asks this same question- and gets cut off with an irritable "Yeah, yeah." * Nice Character, Mean Actor: In-universe; On TV, Tim the Gate Guard is a cheerful-sounding puppet-like robot who guards Bigweld's main gate. The real Tim... not so much. * Not Helping Your Case: When Bigweld fires Ratchet, Ratchet begs for mercy, claiming, "The lies I've told, the lives I've ruined!...Wait a minute, this isn't helping me!" * Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: The Rusties. * Ridiculously-Human Robots: Like, for example, how they "grow up" exactly like humans (by getting larger), even if they have to use hand-me-down body pieces? * ...and for that matter, are there any robots with personalities who have the same appearance? Wouldn't you expect a lot of robots to, you know, be based on the same model? * That most likely would have been a result of the plan the Big Bad had laid out, though more as a side effect than the objective. If the thing had succeeded, that is. * Actually, if they're hand-built rather than mass produced, it is likely that most would be physically unique. * And you have to take into account that the Robots might start as packaged, "basic" models, and a life time of dents, scrapes, repaintings and modifications might result in a varied population. * Robo-Family: Since this is a world of robots, robots can have their own family units and even 'make' their own children. * Scenery Porn: With much Benevolent Architecture, like the tracks used at the very beginning. * This Is My Name on Foreign: Fender claims he was called 'Bumper' before he immigrated. * Urine Trouble: The fire hydrant is sentient and tells the robotic dog "Don't you dare!" * Wide-Eyed Idealist: Rodney * Wind Up Key * Zeerust: Invoked. Countless robots have distinctly retro designs.
  • While Rick Myers was working at the Bodega Bay Inn as a caretaker, he started to work on his project of creating artificial intelligence in two robots for his company BioTech. He built two robots (one named Hermes) that were supposed to follow him around the hotel and play laser tag with him but he could never program them right. Rick eventually gave up and scrapped the project after the Totems killed his bosses and he discovered Andre Toulon's puppets.
  • In 2019, the fist successful robot was build by Japanese sceintests. By 2067, robots were commonplace and looked similer to humans cosmeticly. They had 'genders,' a male robot was named a android and a female one a gyroid. Unknown to humans, robots did have emotions. although simulated, where seriouis. After 2098, most robots learned to cope on thier own.
  • Robots is an anthology edited by Isaac Asimov. It was first published by NAL in 1989.
  • There are more than just one type of robot that Umbrella has developed, some however are more harder to make than others because of their lack of resources. * Scouts: Scouts are designed to make squadrons and other robots aware of any danger that they might run into and where it is located. They are usually small and fast, but can kill with 4 Micro Miniguns on their arms. * Primary Combat Unit: Or PCUs are the main combat units that Umbrella has to offer. They are usually bigger than human and are either lightly or heavily armed. Their primary weapons are dual Miniguns on their arms. They are mainly used on the assault and for security purposes. * Combat Androids: Are usually limited but if encountered, they are known to take a considerable amount of damage. They are known to use weapons a normal human uses. They are very powerful in strength as well and are known to kill a normal human being with their files and data on killing. A human with powers & abilities such as Michael Franklin Miller and Albert Wesker are much more harder to kill.
  • The robots are automatons present on all six Tiny Planets as well as in space, though most commonly on the Tiny Planet of Technology. They have segmented hulls and can be orange, white, purple, pink, green, red, or blue in colour. Most robots possess a pair of arms and either a propellor or a set of wheels, though they may have a variety of other parts with different functions. While the robots are there to help, and do so in most cases, they sometimes inadvertently cause problems.
  • Most of these bots seek only victory in battle, and will do anything to obtain it, but a few others have ulterior motives, such as Corrosion's dream of (quote) "Ruling the world by the Emperor's side."
  • Autonomous, ambulatory, and apparently artificially intelligent, robots can be seen at various points throughout the game on stations and planets doing various tasks. Aside from these "droid" types, one could also consider automated weapons platforms and seeker mines robots, albeit much simpler varieties. It appears that the droid-type robots are programmed to fidget as a human would (robots have no need to fidget unless programmed to do so). It is possible that this is to comfort human beings and notify them that the robot is indeed functional, rather than having a motionless, silent robot suddenly activate and startle a human.
  • As well as humans and mythical beings, the Gunnerverse is populated by robots! Lots of robots.
  • "Robots" (also known as Humans Are Dead) was featured in the episode Sally and is performed by Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement. It was also included on The Distant Future as well as their 2008 self titled album.
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