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Tags: social sci fi
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Humans is a science fiction television series that explores the themes of artificial intelligence, consciousness, and the blurred lines between humans and machines. The show is set in a world where humanoid robots, known as "synths," are integrated into society to serve as domestic helpers.

As the synths begin to develop emotions and self-awareness, they question their place in the world and the nature of their existence. The series follows a group of synths who have gained consciousness and are on the run from the authorities, as well as a family who must navigate the complexities of living with a synth in their home.

Through its thought-provoking storytelling and compelling characters, Humans raises important ethical questions about the implications of artificial intelligence and the potential consequences of blurring the lines between man and machine.

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Did You See What I Saw?
Summer Samba (So Nice)
Chantilly Lace
Citizens of Santa Modesto
Destination: Anywhere
Little Star
Good Day, John and Jane America
Summertime Blues
What a Wonderful Life
My Fellow Citizens
Help Me (feat. Kelis)
Mars Attacks (Thème)
A Little Less Conversation - JXL Radio Edit Remix
If My Kitchen
The Twist
Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (Main Title Theme) [From "Attack of the 50 Foot Woman"]
Happy Birthday Mr. President
Furon Theme
Pattern Skies
Bay City Disguised
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds - Remastered 2009
Dirty Red
When You Touch Me
Bay City Hunted
Help You Ann
Albion Normal
Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures) [Remastered]
Blowing Away - Remastered
Skinny Man - Remastered 2000
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Mono Version
Twist And Shout - Remastered 2009
Albion Disguised
Sunshine Of Your Love
She Changes Like the Weather
Takoshima Normal
Back in That Room
Takoshima Hunted
You Only Live Twice - Main Title / Remastered
Back In The U.S.S.R. - Remastered 2009
Tunguska Disguised
From Russia with Love - Single Version
Tunguska Hunted
Turn It Off
Moon Base Normal
Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30, TrV 176: 1. Prelude (Sonnenaufgang)
Moon Base Disguised
Wedding Bell Blues - Remastered 2000
Moon Base Hunted
We Have All The Time In The World - Remastered
Disco Inferno - Single Edit
Pick Up the Pieces
The Godfather Theme
Viva Las Vegas
I Got You Babe
Theme from Enter the Dragon - Main Title
Stayin' Alive - From "Saturday Night Fever" Soundtrack
Funky Town
Humans Returns
Digging Deeper
Should They Be Born?
Odi Wakens
One Waterfall
Because You Liked Me
Do You Love Me?
Cracked the Code
Becoming Reenie
Set You Free
Mia's Sacrifice
A New Beginning
From the Coast
No-one Leaves
Seeking Trinity Crescent
No Belonging
Getting Out
I Can't Be a Mother
The Code Changed Everything
Waltringham Wins
Where's Sam
Social Cohesion
Close the Gates
Your Favourite
What Kind of World Do We Live In?
Synthetic Humans: Genesis
Singularity Slaves
Sentients part 1
Are You Conscious?
Meant To Feel
No Harm Will Ever Come To You
Faster, Stronger, Fearless
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Synthetic Humans: Intelligence Explosion
Niska Strikes Back
Creeping Robots
Apricot Jam
I was never little
Bring Her Back
Bloody Circuits Recharged
If I die it means I have lived
Tree Of Life
Sentients part 2
Mia Resurrected

User reviews

Karen Hall

I found the soundtrack of Humans to be uninspired and lacking in emotional depth. The music failed to capture the complexity of the themes explored in the series, such as artificial intelligence and consciousness. It felt like a missed opportunity to enhance the storytelling with a more impactful score.

Michael Adams

Overall, the soundtrack of Humans is a vital component of the series' success, enhancing the themes and emotional impact of the story. The music adds depth and richness to the world of the show, making it a truly immersive and unforgettable viewing experience.

Thomas Turner

I was disappointed by the overall production quality of the soundtrack in Humans. The mixing and mastering seemed subpar, with certain tracks sounding muddled and unbalanced. It detracted from the viewing experience and made it difficult to fully immerse myself in the world of the series. A more polished and cohesive sound design would have greatly improved the impact of the music on the storytelling.

Carol Lee

The soundtrack of Humans perfectly captures the tension and emotional depth of the series. The haunting melodies and electronic beats create a sense of unease and mystery that mirrors the show's exploration of artificial intelligence and consciousness.

James Walker

The music selection is diverse and innovative, blending electronic sounds with orchestral elements to create a unique and captivating listening experience that mirrors the themes of the series seamlessly.

Charles White

The use of music in key moments of the series enhances the storytelling and adds layers of complexity to the characters' struggles and dilemmas. The soundtrack elevates the viewing experience and immerses the audience in the world of Humans.

Edward King

I appreciate how the soundtrack of Humans seamlessly blends electronic elements with more traditional orchestral arrangements. This fusion of styles mirrors the blending of humanity and technology in the show, creating a unique and engaging musical landscape.

Michael Rodriguez

The repetitive use of electronic beats and generic synthesizer sounds in the soundtrack of Humans became monotonous and tiresome after a few episodes. I was hoping for a more diverse and dynamic musical accompaniment that could have added layers of meaning to the characters' struggles and the societal issues depicted in the show.

William Thomas

The soundtrack of Humans perfectly captures the eerie and futuristic atmosphere of the show, enhancing the viewer's immersion into the world of artificial intelligence and consciousness.