21 Daniel Street
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CAPTURED! BY ROBOTS:
So what's the deal with C!BR?? Let me (DRMBOT 0110) tell you. JBOT played in a couple of ska bands, Skankin' Pickle and the Blue Meanies for years and was very unlikable. Everybody got sick of him (I don't blame them). JBOT thought that if he made a band of robots to play with everything would be okay. HE WAS WRONG! He built GTRBOT666 and myself and the idiotic Ape Which Hath No Name. After he built us, I decided that he was the antibot and must be punished. We installed a Biocerebral Chip in his CPU and now force him to humiliate himself in front of his peers. It makes me so happy to see him suffer. So after the takeover, he secretly made the Ape. The stupid ape robot loves everyone and everything; HOW REVOLTING! Unfortunately, I cannot do anything to rid my circuits of that ape. For it states in the ROBOTIC RESISTANCE handbook, "Thee bot shall never harm another bot." So what choice do I have? The rare joy I can receive is when GTRBOT666 and myself humiliate JBOT all over the country. The other happiness I have is to see my self-replication "AUTOMATOM" humiliate jbutt to tears. You will come to witness! Coast to coast, his humiliation will be legendary. Keep checking in for updates. These bots have done a lot! C!BR has been through a lot since the human JBOT's capture back in 1996. We have taken the human on ten national tours and have been received as one would expect. The term "Holy shit" seems to be the most commom expletive uttered. Do you not believe? Oh, you will! C!BR has played with Public Enemy and Flock Of Seaguls (at G-Phoria video Game award show in LA), Motorhead, Servotron, Man...or Astroman and many more. C!BR has been featured on UPN's "Strange Universe" and on the discovery channel's "Beyond Bizarre", Tech TV, ABC 7 6 oclock news, and more.. We have also humiliated JBOT at the Art Institute of San Francisco and at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco. C!BR has had articles in The New York Times, Spin Magazine (June 2001), The New Yorker Magazine (see press illustration),Gene Simmons Tongue Magazine (PREMIER ISSUE!!!!!) Rocktober (where we were voted the .1 robot rock band), Bikini Magazine, Heeb Magazine, Churn, and many more
Electric Bucket have returned after a long hiatus when the bass player was in a head on collision that broke both his legs and his left arm. Ouch.
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