Name of a song from Grandma's Boy?

During the scene where JP is in his big white "office" room, riding around on his Segway and testing his game, he says "Must ingest more fuel." There's a song playing in the background with a little bit of a techno beat. Does anyone know the name of this song?

PS: I am NOT talking about the scene in his other office with the "0011010101011" on the doors while he is blasting an Aphex Twin song.

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    "Another Day"

    Written by Jenny Christmas & The Twenty Twos

    Performed by The Twenty Twos

    Courtesy of Epic Records

    By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment

    "Spinnin'"

    Written by S. Gaines & Devin Horwitz

    Performed by Zion I

    Courtesy of Nature Sounds Records

    "Meantime"

    Written by David Craig, Barry Hyde, David Hyde & Ross Millard

    Performed by The Futureheads

    Courtesy of Sire Records

    "Dance to the Underground"

    Written by Anthony Roman, Gregory Collins & Thomas Williams

    Performed by Radio 4

    Courtesy of Astralwerks

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Natural Disaster"

    Written by Warren Fischer & Casey Spooner (as Casey D. Spooner)

    Performed by Fischerspooner

    Courtesy of Capitol Records

    "A Fair Resort"

    Written by Anders Pietsch

    Performed by CDOASS

    Courtesy of Playground Music

    "Never Win"

    Written by Warren Fischer & Casey Spooner (as Casey D. Spooner)

    Performed by Fischerspooner

    Courtesy of Capitol Records

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Call the Cops"

    Written by Kurt Matlin & Keith Thornton

    Performed by Dr. Dooom

    Courtesy of Funky *** Records

    "Windowlicker"

    Written by R. James

    Performed by Aphex Twin

    Courtesy of Sire Records

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Little Girl"

    Written by Ricky Jackson & Ran Jackson

    Performed by The Daylights

    Courtesy of Das Communications

    "Hit Me Again"

    Written by Joshua Bitmead

    Performed by Neon

    Courtesy of V2 Records Inc.

    "Alive & Amplified"

    Written by Sammy James Jr., Graham Tyler & The Matrix

    Performed by The Mooney Suzuki

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment

    "Can I Buy U a Drink"

    Written by Kurt Matlin & Keith Thornton

    Performed by Kool Keith & Kutmasta Kurt

    Courtesy of Oglio Records/Dmaft Records

    "Talk Dirty to Me"

    Written by Bobby Dall, C.C. Deville, Bret Michaels and Ricki Rocket

    Courtesy of Top Tunes Karaoke

    "Coddler"

    Written & Performed by Peter "Peas" McEvilley

    Courtesy of Orange Table Entertainment

    "Night on Fire"

    Written by Craig Pfunder, Paul Buck, Mark Guidry & Mark Palgy

    Performed by VHS or Beta

    Courtesy of Astralwerks

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Holla"

    Written by Carl Restivo & Guy Rodriguez

    Performed by Mista Wizard & Guy Boogie

    Courtesy of Monkey Boyz Music

    "Anyone"

    Written by Chris Hathwell, Johan Bogeli & Blake Miller

    Performed by Moving Units

    Courtesy of Palm Pictures

    "Helicopter"

    Written by Kele Okereke, Russell Lissack, Gordon Moakes & Matt Tong

    Performed by Bloc Party

    Courtesy of Dim Mak Inc. & Wichita Records Ltd.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Headlines"

    Written by Neon Blonde

    Performed by Neon Blonde

    Courtesy of Dim Mak Inc.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Sittin' Sideways"

    Written by P. Slaton & S. Williams

    Performed by Paul Wall featuring Big Pokey of the S.U.C.

    Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Push It"

    Written by Herbie Azor & Raymond Douglas Davies

    Courtesy of Top Tunes Karaoke

    "Can't Kick the Habit"

    Written by Chris Barron, Jeff Cohen & Joost Sweegers

    Performed by The Spin Doctors (as Spin Doctors)

    Courtesy of Ruff Nation Music

    "Technology"

    Written by Tom Beaufoy & Chris Pardy

    Performed by Evil Nine

    Courtesy of Marine Parade Music Limited

    "Apartment 223"

    Written by Kurt Matlin & Keith Thornton

    Performed by Dr. Dooom

    Courtesy of Funky *** Records

    "Happy"

    Written by Warren Fischer, Casey Spooner (as Casey D. Spooner) & Linda Perry

    Performed by Fischerspooner

    Courtesy of Capitol Records

    "STD Dance"

    Written by Tim Anderson, Alex Ebert, Oliver Goldstein, Justin Meldal-Johnsen & Jon Waronker

    Performed by Ima Robot

    Courtesy of Virgin Records

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Grandma's Boyee"

    Written by Kurt Matlin & Keith Thornton

    Performed by Kool Keith & Kutmasta Kurt

    Courtesy of Funky *** Records

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