Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms

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Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms
Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms album cover
Artist: Jonathan Coulton
Tracks: 5
Release date: September 2005
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Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms is an EP by Jonathan Coulton. The EP was written as a musical accompaniment to a 2005 issue of Popular Science.

[edit] History

This set of songs was commissioned by the magazine Popular Science as a soundtrack for the September 2005 issue on the future of the body. Each song was intended to go with an article in the magazine.

The five songs were written over a five-week period in July, 2005,[1] a sort of precursor for the Thing a Week format. They were recorded by July 31, 2005,[2] and posted on the Popular Science website the next day.[3]

[edit] Availability

The EP is still available for download from the Download Store, though it was never released as a CD or in any other physical format. Popular Science offered a piece of printable cover artwork, which could be inserted into a plastic jewel case; however, the cover is only available at 72DPI.

[edit] Track Listing

  1. That Spells DNA
  2. I Feel Fantastic
  3. Womb with a View
  4. Todd the T1000
  5. Better


Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms
1. That Spells DNA · 2. I Feel Fantastic · 3. Womb with a View · 4. Todd the T1000 · 5. Better

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