Detroit-based electro formation launched by Richard Davis (3) and Juan Atkins in 1981.

Not to be confused with Australian Cybotron (2) which also released electronic music.
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Cybotron Discography


Cybotron Enter (Album, Comp) Fantasy US 1983 Sell This Version
Cybotron Empathy (Album) Fantasy US 1993 Sell This Version
FCD-9671-2 Cybotron Cyber Ghetto(CD, Album) Fantasy FCD-9671-2 US 1995 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Cybotron Alleys Of Your Mind (Single) Deep Space Records US 1981 Sell This Version
Cybotron Cosmic Cars (Single) Deep Space Records US 1982 Sell This Version
Cybotron Clear (Single, Maxi) Fantasy US 1983 Sell This Version
Cybotron Techno City Fantasy US 1984 Sell This Version
Cybotron R-9 Fantasy US 1985 Sell This Version
Cybotron Eden Fantasy US 1986 Sell This Version
Cybotron Cosmic Raindance Fantasy US 1996 Sell This Version
Cybotron / Model 500 Cybotron / Model 500 - Alleys Of Your Mind / Off To Battle Tresor Germany 2004 Sell This Version
DEC-1201 Cybotron Clear (Remix) / Techno City(12", RE, Ltd, Cle) Decision Records (3), Fantasy DEC-1201 US 2013 Sell This Version


CDSEWD 069 Cybotron Interface: The Roots Of Techno(CD, Comp) Southbound CDSEWD 069 UK 1994 Sell This Version
CDBGPD 167 Cybotron Motor City Machine Music: An Exploration Of Cybotron(CD, Comp) BGP Records CDBGPD 167 UK 2005 Sell This Version

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November 29, 2003
It's amazing how much credit went to Juan Atkins for his role in Cybotron. I converse quite often with Tyrone Steels I (check the credits on "Enter") and I've had the good fortune to speak with Rik Davis. I've come to realize over the years that the pure genius of Cybotron is Rik Davis. Although Rik took a different direction back in 1993, there is a deeper meaning to the music. The official Cybotron website ( is where Rik is today.


October 2, 2002
cybotron was an integral part to the electro scene that was coming out in the mid 80's. cybotron kicked harder and was less cheesy than some of the records that came up around the same time. tracks such as clear and cosmic cars were far more advanced and still manage to sound fresh some 20 years later!


August 12, 2002
The seminal electro group Cybotron provided the first home for the recordings of techno godfather Juan Atkins. With partner Rick Davis (aka 3070), Atkins recorded several of electro's best moments. The singles "Alleys of Your Mind," "Enter" and "Clear", were dark dystopias of the post-industrial steel city within tight Kraftwerk-inspired funk. Their success prompted Fantasy Records to sign the group, and release 1983's Enter LP. Atkins left soon after due to artistic differences (specifically, Davis' defined pop slant), and later defined early Detroit techno with his recordings as Model 500. Davis continued to release albums as Cybotron into the mid-'90s, though the mystical R&B direction of efforts like Empathy and Cyber Ghetto were quite a turn from the group's beginnings. For fans of electro and techno, Cybotron ended when Juan Atkins left.


May 13, 2002
Juan Atkins and Rick Davis made the basics for the Developmentof Detroit techno with their releases between 1981 - 1984. At this point don't forget the essential release "Shari Vari" by the legendary act "A Number Of Names" in 1981.

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