Electronic music guru Bruce Haack has been a huge influence on generations of musicians and is adored by fans across the globe. Some of his best work is actually geared toward children -- whom Haack believed processed information in computer-like ways. When the artist realized that a lot of children's music was lacking creativity and alternative thinking, he composed records that combined dancing, singing, and sound -- like on the 1968 LP The Way Out Record for Children.

After the jump, check out Haack's song School for Robots -- which features lines like, "Greetings, fellow robots. I hope oil goes well with you," and "Here is your robot music. Do not rest until you can't move to it." Love! If this doesn't make you want to answer the call for wacky robot dancing, I don't know what will.