01. I Robot (6:02) (Instrumental)
02. I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You (3:23) Vocals: Lenny Zakatek
03. Some Other Time (4:05)
      Vocals: Peter Straker (verses), Jaki Whitren (choruses)
04. Breakdown (3:52) Vocals: Allan Clarke
05. Don't Let It Show (4:21) Vocals: Dave Townsend
06. The Voice (5:23) Vocals: Steve Harley
07. Nucleus (3:31) (Instrumental)
08. Day After Day (The Show Must Go On) (3:49) Jack Harris
09. Total Eclipse (3:09) (Instrumental)
10. Genesis Ch. 1. V. 32 (3:27) (Instrumental)

Total playing time: 41:08

Bonus tracks [2007 remaster]:

11. I Robot (Boules experiment) (1:59)
12. Breakdown (early demo of backing riff) (2:11)
13. I Wouldn't Want Be Like You (backing rough mix) (3:29)
14. Day After Day (early stage rough mix) (3:41)
15. The Naked Robot (10:19)

Total playing time: 62:59

All tracks by Parsons/Woolfson except 'Total Eclipse' by Andrew Powell

Alan Parsons: Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Vocoder, Projectron, additional vocals
Eric Woolfson: Keyboards, Vocoder, Projectron, add. vocals
David Paton: Bass, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, add. Vocals
Ian Bairnson: Acoustic & Electric Guitars, add. Vocals
Stuart Tosh: Drums, Percussion, add. Vocals
Duncan Mackay: Keyboards
B. J. Cole: Steel Guitar
John Leach: Cimbalom, Kantele, Percussion
Hilary Western, Smokey Parsons, Tony Rivers, John Perry, Stuart Calver: additional Vocals
The English Chorale & The New Philharmonia Chorus: additional vocals
Orchestra & choir arranged & conducted by Andrew Powell

Orchestral contractor: David Katz
Choirmaster: Bob Howes

Produced & engineered by Alan Parsons
Executive producer: Eric Woolfson
Assistant engineers: Pat Stapley, Chris Blair
Mastered by Chris Blair
Recorded & mixed at Abbey Road Studios, London, Dec '76 - Mar '77
Special thanks to Mickey Shapiro, Bob Britton, Mike King, Eric Prince, John Wallace & all at Abbey Road

Sleeve concept: Eric Woolfson
Design: Hipgnosis/ George Hardie
Photography: Hipgnosis
Illustrations: Richard Manning

I Robot... The story of the rise of the machine & the decline of man, which paradoxically coincided with his discovery of the wheel... & a warning that his brief dominance of this planet will probably end, because man tried to create robot in his own image

(P) © 1977 Arista Records Inc.
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I Robot