“Heh. Haters gonna hate. When we show up, we get the sexy mission done. You'd better put on your tactical thermal goggles, cuz... WE'RE GONNA BRING THE HEAAAAT~! UH!”
― 1010, No Straight Roads
1010 are a set of characters, and a K-Pop boy band from the game No Straight Roads, made by Metronomik and modded in by unkn0wnErr0R. They want to spread their music past the realm of Vinyl City, and so they challenge the player to some Friday Night Funkin'.
All members of 1010 have grey skin and wear black sailor suits with white highlights, colored glowing lights on their cheeks, and colored ties. Each has his unique hairstyle, eyebrows, eye shape and color scheme.
The red android has a mohawk, the white android has short wavy hair, the blue android has straight hair and an undercut, the yellow android has a tall pointed hairstyle and bangs covering his right eye, and the green android has curly hair and a large hoop on his head. The blue android wears round black sunglasses.
- Each character has an underlying trope that corresponds with their music genre. 1010, as a whole, represents the monotony of K-Pop bands and how, to an outsider, each member of the band can easily be replaced.
- Although they have no official names, there are signed plaques that can be seen in the game as you explore the Metro Division. Although the names (Rin, Haym, Eloni, Purlhew, Zimelu) are not confirmed to be their true names, the fans choose to call them by that.
- In a recent stream, 1010's VA claimed (likely jokingly) that he would name the white-haired 1010 member Walter White if he could.
- The name of the band, "1010", also happens to be the binary representation for the decimal number "10".
- The red and green androids 'hair' resembles the number 10. However, they also resemble the symbol 'off/on' or I/O.
- All 5 1010 members wear sailor suits, fitting the navy motif that Neon J and the stage emphasize. The factory portion could also be a reference to how indispensable soldiers are. What's also unique is that the military theme is similar to BTS's fanbase, the ARMY.
- The singing poses are very similar to Mommy Mearest's singing poses.