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The Androids  - Robot Riot album flac Performer: The Androids
Title: Robot Riot
Style: Punk, Psychedelic Rock
Released: 1979
MP3 album: 1730 mb
FLAC album: 1993 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Genre: Rock

We are a British band from the North-west with a post-punk/new wave sound.

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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Androids, The - Robot Riot. Photo of Androids, The - Robot Riot. This album was released on the label Android Records (catalog number AND 001). This album was released in 1979 year. Download mp3. Length of track. Find music audio mp3 or zip. mp3 or zip.

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A Robot Riot
B Andwella's Dream

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  • Recorded At – Ca Va Sound Workshops


  • Bass Guitar – Kenny Dalgleish
  • Drums – Nicky Arkless
  • Keyboards – Dave Connelly
  • Lead Guitar – Michael Robertson
  • Songwriter, Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Craig Herbertson


Recorded at Ca Va studios, Glasgow

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Formed in Edinburgh by Michael Robertson and Craig Herbertson in 1976, Nicky Arkless and Kenny Dalgleish quickly joined and after a series of name changes and the advent of Punk, the boys from Portobello Comprehensive School became 'The Androids'. David Connelly added keyboards and for a few years The Androids toured Scotland playing village halls, pubs, clubs Universities and Colleges releasing one single, 'Robot Riot' in 1981. At the high point of their brief career they supported both 'The Fall' and 'Doll by Doll' at the Nite Club, Edinburgh. In the mayhem of the Punk Rock years, gigs were booked but canceled with among others 'Robert Fripp', 'The Revillos' and 'The Exploited.'The Androids began as progressive rock band, much in the style of King Crimson - at one point they were reviewed as 'King Crimson meets David Bowie' - and this is evident in 'Time Machine' a track which they continued to play live at Punk Rock venues to varying degrees of bewilderment. A Napier College rag coined the new phrase 'Cosmic Rock' to describe The Androids, an epithet that apparently died with the band.Although oplayed by John Peel, this double A side single was released prematurely , two better tracks - Time Machine (search on youtube for time machine androids) and the now lost 'Stranger in a strange land' represented their high point but were never commercially released.