This Gigantic Robot Kills is the sixth album by nerdcore musician MC Lars.
This Gigantic Robot Kills by MC Lars, released 24 February 2009 1. Where Ya Been Lars? 2. True Player for Real (featuring "Weird Al" Yankovic on accordion & Wheatus) 3. Hipster Girl 4. It's Not Easy (Being Green) (featuring Pierre Bouvier of Simple Plan) 5. This Gigantic Robot Kills (featuring Suburban Legends and the MC Bat Commander) 6. No Logo (featuring Jesse Dangerously) 7. 35 Laurel Drive 8. Twenty-Three (featuring Amie Miriello) 9. Guitar Hero Hero (Beating Guitar Hero Doesn't Make You Slash) (featuring Parry Gripp and Paul Gilbert) 10. .
Lyrics to "This Gigantic Robot Kills" song by MC Lars: Billy built a robot in his parent's garage, because he had a list of problems that he needed to solv. This gigantic robot kills. He's gonna come down the block, he's gonna fire at will. He's got a cannon on his shoulder and a laser in his hand. He's gonna win the day for Billy, make the city understand. album: "This Gigantic Robot Kills" (2009). Where Ya Been Lars? True Player For Real Hipster Girl It's Not Easy (Being Green) This Gigantic Robot Kills No Logo 35 Laurel Drive Twenty-Three Guitar Hero Hero (Beating Guitar Hero Doesn't Make You Slash) . Original Gamer We Have Arrived White Kids Aren't Hyphy Hey There Ophelia (Lord It's Hard To Be Happy When You're Not) Using The Metric.
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Features Song Lyrics for MC Lars's This Gigantic Robot Kills album. Hey There Ophelia Lyrics. 21. This Gigantic Robot Kills Lyrics. 22. Original Gamer (. lay remix) Lyrics. MC Lars Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
This Gigantic Robot Kills. Released February 24, 2009. This Gigantic Robot Kills Tracklist. 1. Where Ya Been Lars? Lyrics.
Listen free to MC Lars – This Gigantic Robot Kills (Where Ya Been Lars?, True Player For Real and more). Lars worked with many diverse and eclectic artists for this album. True Player for Real" sees him teaming up with "Weird Al" Yankovic on the accordion and Brendan B. Brown of Wheatus on vocals and guitar, while the title track is a ska throw-back featuring the MC Bat Commander from the Aquabats that mourns the death of a ska generation to the hands of the bratty kids from the Hills.
MC Lars is up to his usual tricks on full-length album number three, This Gigantic Robot Kills, a caffeine-addled mix of pop-punk, laptop rap, and smart aleck, tongue-in-cheek observation on everything from Brooklyn hipster girls and the green movement to Guitar Hero and the metric system. The title is borrowed from the late Wesley Willis, apparently a fan of Lars ' past work (as the included sound bite testifies), who passed away before being able to use the name himself.
Can't play "This Gigantic Robot Kills"? Improve your playing via easy step-by-step video lessons! Standard guitar tuning: E. A. D. Figure out the rhythm its not very hard. E. B. G 10. D 10 10 10 5. A 10 8 10 5. e 8 8 3 (Repeat).