The Laziest Men on Mars

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The Laziest Men on Mars are an American techno band known for their successful Gabber song "Invasion of the Gabber Robots" which remixed some of the Zero Wing video game music by Tatsuya Uemura, which became background music to the popular "All your base are belong to us" Flash animation.[1][2] Their song "Invasion of the Gabber Robots" was featured prominently on Mp3.com.[3] Their name is taken from a line in the B-movie Santa Claus Conquers The Martians, which the band samples in several of their songs.

Tracklisting[edit]

While the band released no official albums, a number of songs were available on MP3.com. In order, they were:

  1. Invasion of the Gabber Robots (3:58) [4]
  2. The Terrible Secret of Space (5:39)
  3. Nothing Can Stop Torg! (3:32)
  4. The Laziest Man on Mars (3:28)
  5. The Children of Mars (6:16)
  6. Happy Softcore (Bleeding Ears Mix) (3:24)
  7. Superfly's Johnson (Suck It Down) (2:41)
  8. DJ Eat Attack vs. Fat Boys: The Showdown (1:18)
  9. Worst Birthday Ever (1:01)
  10. Secret of Space (Lightworks Tranceform) (9:14)
  11. All Your Dub Are Belong To Us (2:27)
  12. The Terrible Secret of Space (Bit Mix) (5:27)
  13. The Terrible Secret of Space (Spicy Mix) (4:40)
  14. Last Minute Hope (DJnrXic Mix) (3:48)
  15. All Your Treble Are Belong To Us (3:53)
  16. Nothing Can Stop Torg! (K-Systems Mix) (3:30)
  17. All Your Base (Peripheral Mix) (7:07)

The track "We Are Something Awful" is a Laziest Men On Mars song, but was not available on MP3.com at the time of Vivendi's sale of the site to CNET in 2003. It is still available as a free download on some music sites. In addition, they made the song "113 Dead Goons" for the Something Awful Forums.

The Terrible Secret of Space is based on an internet meme that originated in an instant message prank run by the editor of the humor website Something Awful, Richard Kyanka.

Happy Softcore (Bleeding Ears Mix) is a remix of the music from stage 5-1, "Attack on the Imperial Castle", in the game Rocket Knight Adventures.

References[edit]

  1. ^ All your base . . . (brief mention)
  2. ^ 'All Your Base' hits Web Nonsense phrase fad proves power of Internet to perpetuate gibberish (brief mention)
  3. ^ Pesterig cultzinnetje Krom Engels noemde het ANP de zin 'All your euros are belong to us'. (Dutch)
  4. ^ The Laziest Men on Mars at mp3.com, paged archived at Archive.org (Apr 13, 2001)

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