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AMIGA-customJust Machines Have video

Author: flag Jazzcat (Piotr Pacyna)

Uploaded By: flaganni

Song Length: 3:19
Release Year: 2011
Song Status: Active
Song Bitrate: 320 kbps
Song Source: Demo
Song Platform: PlatformAMIGA-custom

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1st place in amiga demo compo at Revision 2011

7th place in streaming compo at Revision 2011

Vocals: Michał Kowalonek from Snowman band flag, Wiktor Fijałkowski, additional whispers/vocoders by the author
Guitar by: Mateusz Palonek

Are we all just machines
Controlled by mathematics?
We dream electric dreams,
Got lost in human traffic.

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It's-a me!

Are we all just machines /
Controlled by mathematics /
We dream electric dreams /
Got lost in human traffic.

symptomless coma


Amiga&C64 rulez

Are we all just machines ?

STS you forgot the ponctuation !


Came here just to find the lyrics, I thought he was saying "God loves to human traffic" and I was like, whoa, hey