Welcome to the new world order and the age of the android. Here, we thrive on the harmony of man and machine. The future a time when flesh meets motherboard. Where bone and titanium meld. Let’s travel insurmountable distances through space and stars; through galaxies and comets and space trash. Still not quite knowing, yet yearning to learn the meaning of life. (Although it’s always been 42). Will we live in prosperity or all eternity? Or will the human race see robots as a harbinger for destruction?
Your body is a Machine is an industrial, electronic, eclectic mix of galaxies and moon beams perfect for your inner, or outer cyberpunk. Chock full of Androids and space travel, This NYCC mix brings out the best of all those worlds you wish you could visit. Cyber industrial bands like Orgy start this playlist out with the perfect futuristic vibe with “Vapor Transmission Intro” while Funker Vogt’s “This Circle” sets the scene with the perfect blend of electronic cyber kinetic energy.
For those who travel to space for need and want, for those galaxies far far away. The droids and bots that can hardly tell a dream from fact, emotion, fiction or just the whispers of your maker in a past life. The one’s who call steel flesh or wires bone.. For those who can’t tell the difference and don’t really care. For those just along for the ride. A time when human and robot work side by side. For when World’s collide.
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- Orgy – “Vapor Transmission Intro”
- Depeche Mode – “Welcome To My World”
- Darkside – “Giorgio By Morder”
- El Huervo – “Turf”
- Julien-K – “Technical Difficulties”
- Godhead – “The Reckoning”
- Imperative Reaction – “Faded Into One”
- The Chromatics – “Tick Of The Clock”
- Icon of Coil – “Floorkiller (2004 Version)”
- Funker Vogt – “This Circle (Roman Aeon Mix)”
- 16volt – “Can You Find God (Remix)”
- Front Line Assembly – “Bio-Mechanic”
- Alpha Boy ft. Jowie Schulner – “Lost In Space”
- Bear McCreary – “New Cap City”
- Kidneythieves – “K”
- Shiny Toy Guns – “Major Tom (Coming Home)”