When Robots Attack

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From the creators of "I've Got Some Falling To Do" (but NOT "The Ultimate Showdown" - that was a different animator) comes a new music video about mighty Robots kicking puny Human butt.
A delightfully destructive (yet subtly poignant) romp, with all manner of Robots wiping out humanity in amusing ways. Hopefully you'll be rooting for the Machines by the end.



the latest masterpiece to come from the twisted mind and talented hand of tmst. And the song is absoleutly brilliant.

TmsT responds:

I dunno about your first point ^_^; but the song is great eh? :D

Awesome video and song, but


Hooray, Robo-pope!!

Great song, and it shows the spare time for making all those bios for the types of robots in the video. Although,I think one robot at the end was an imposter...

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nice video

oh and lol i paused the movie to look at those graves and i saw the one " terminated " " I won't be back " and that is an immidiete ( soory i'm sleepy ) 6 up on humor.

Great work.

First of all, it wasn't until today that I finally looked into this stuff enough to realize that Neil is behind the whole Lemon Demon band/project/thing, and I'm that much more appreciative of these music flashes because of it. The lyrics to these songs are especially well-crafted and very creative. I don't enjoy the music in this one as much as I did in "Falling" and especially "Showdown" (in that one, your choice of chord during the chorus, arriving on the second syllable of the word "survive" is very nice), but it's still good.

The concept of an Epcot-ish history ride is great, but the constant motion of the ride made things seem monotonous at times. For a lot of people, this appeared as if it wasn't that well animated, and I think it was because the animatronics idea wasn't picked up on from the beginning. I know there was a big sign and all, but rides nowadays either make you sick or have crazy effects beyond this type. Many kids may not get the idea and figure someone was just lazy. Still, when one looks at it with that bored-but-still-amused Epcot eye, one will find a well-made, entertaining Flash.

TmsT responds:

Ahhh, kids these days eh? Heh heh. Why in my day, all you needed was some puppets and a skateboard!

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4.24 / 5.00

Jan 3, 2006
1:02 AM EST
Music Video