Hope you've been stockpiling batteries and canned goods in your bomb shelter or basement because the Rise of the Machines is one step closer to reality after a couple-a robots won all the Grammys on Sunday night. French pop duo Daft Punk took home awards for Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, AND two more for their summer release Random Access Memories and the smash single "Get Lucky."

You were probably busy watching The Bachelor Wedding or gawking at the screen as Nick Foles won MVP of the Pro Bowl, so you might have missed music's biggest night and the festivities that came with it. Just in case, here's everything you need to know about the 2014 Grammys.

Beyoncé and Jay Z got things started with a performance that you're probably going to want to watch. Queen Bey comes out to a stage full of smoke and strobes, slithering on a chair that spins. Then, when you're properly hypnotized, she brings out Jay Z to offer up a crappy verse of rap. But, damn if they're not well-dressed.

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Biggest band this year that you're likely to forget about by the 2015 Grammys, Imagine Dragons, pooled their talents with the greatest rapper alive not named Kanye, Kendrick Lamar, for a head-banging rap performance that rocked if not puzzled everybody watching live.

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So, um, Lorde performed. It was weird.

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When you think about Chinese concert pianist Lang Lang, you probably wonder why he doesn't tour with metal legends Metallica. Luckily, the folks running the Grammys have been wondering the same thing for years, so they had Lang Lang do his thing while Metallica performed "One."

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Pink performed! (What up, Doylestown?) As you'd expect, her number with the guy from .fun was more Cirque du Soleil than your typical pop choreography.

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You like rock music, huh? Well, the closest you're going to get is this performance from Trent Reznor and Queen of the Stone Age with Dave Grohl and Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham.

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis won a whole bucket full of awards at this year's Grammys, but most folks are probably more likely to remember their impassioned performance of "Same Love" featuring Mary Lambert. This time around, though, Madonna (and her pants suit and big hat) made a special cameo in the number as Queen Latifah officiated a slew of same-sex marriages on-stage, including Lambert's sister and her partner.

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Keith Urban and first-time Grammy-winner Gary Clark Jr. got together to perform Urban's hit "Cop Car" because, naturally, when a long underappreciated blues genius like Gary Clark Jr. finally gets a Grammy nod, the Grammy's celebrate by having him play with the guy who spent the whole night losing to Kacey Musgraves.

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Speaking of Kacey Musgraves... damn. Also, Musgraves took home a few awards on Sunday for her wonderful country offering, Same Trailer, Different Park. If you can stand that kind of thing, it's definitely worth your time.

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To tone things down a bit, Taylor Swift played the piano and belted out her melancholy anthem "All Too Well."

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Everyone got to hear the Song of the Year live when Stevie Wonder and Pharrell in his Smokey the Bear hat joined those French robots on stage for a performance of "Get Lucky."

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Complete List of Winners

Record of the year 
"Get Lucky" -- Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers

Album of the year 
"Random Access Memories" -- Daft Punk

Song of the year 
"Royals" -- Lorde

Best new artist 
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Best pop solo performance 
Lorde -- "Royals"

Best pop duo/group performance 
Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers -- "Get Lucky"

Best pop instrumental album 
Herb Alpert

Best pop vocal album 
Bruno Mars -- "Unorthodox Jukebox"

Best dance recording 
"Clarity" -- Zedd featuring Foxes

Best dance/electronica album 
"Random Access Memories" -- Daft Punk

Best traditional pop vocal album 
"To Be Loved" -- Michael Bublé

Best rock performance 
Imagine Dragons -- "Radioactive"

Best metal performances 
Black Sabbath -- "God is Dead?"

Best rock song 
"Cut Me Some Slack" -- Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear

Best rock album 
Led Zeppelin -- "Celebration Day"

Best alternative music album 
Vampire Weekend -- "Modern Vampires of the City"

Best R&B performance 
Snarky Puppy with Lala Hathaway -- "Something"

Best traditional R&B performance 
Gary Clark Jr. -- "Please Come Home"

Best R&B song 
"Pusher Love Girl" -- Justin Timberlake

Best urban contemporary album 
Rihanna -- "Unapologetic"

Best R&B album 
Alicia Keys -- "Girl on Fire"

Best rap performance 
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz -- "Thrift Shop"

Best rap/sung collaboration 
Jay Z featuring Justin Timberlake -- "Holy Grail"

Best rap album 
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis -- "The Heist"

Best country solo performance 
Darius Rucker -- "Wagon Wheel"

Best country duo/group performance 
The Civil Wars -- "From This Valley"

Best country song 
"Merry Go 'Round" -- Kacey Musgraves

Best country album 
Kacey Musgraves -- "Same Trailer Different Park"

Best Latin pop album 
Draco Rosa -- "Vida"

Best Latin rock, urban or alternative album 
La Santa Cecilia -- "Treinta Dias"

Producer of the year, nonclassical 
Pharrell Williams

Best compilation soundtrack for visual media 
"Sound City: Real to Reel"

Best score soundtrack for visual media 

Best song written for visual media 
Adele -- "Skyfall" -- "Skyfall"

Best music video 
Justin Timberlake featuring Jay Z -- "Suit & Tie"

Best music film 
Paul McCartney -- "Live Kisses"