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The Trouble with Robots

by Brahms' Third Racket

The Trouble With Robots is the fifth album by alternative rock band Brahms' Third Racket.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Dopamine Slave
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2. When Tomorrow Comes
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3. Clear Head
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4. No Fly Zone
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5. Going out of Focus
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6. Not of This World
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8. Nothing Human
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Album Notes
The Trouble With Robots is the fifth album by Brahms' Third Racket.

The Trouble With Robots examines the marriage of technology and biology: the irresistible process that will eventually culminate in the development of an artificial intelligence smarter than humankind. This may very well happen within our lifetimes. Some postulate it will be doomsday for all we know and cherish. Others propose it will be the commencement of a new golden era of enlightenment and creativity leading us to a profound connection with the infinite. Selfishly, we prefer the latter scenario over the former.

Curiously, and typically for us humans, we seem to be mostly oblivious to the possible endpoints of this evolution despite its rapid increase in speed and scope. Glued to our mobile devices, our new gateway drugs, we meander through the day, blissfully unaware as the nurses of science silently slip the needle into our veins.

Mankind and machine-kind are destined to merge. There isn't really any turning back.

As such, we figured we might as well provide the soundtrack.

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