Mr. Roboto, eat your heart out. Dictionaraoke puts Roger Troutman, Cher, and all robot-inflection-imitating vocalists to shame with its library of 100 computer-voiced songs. Meticulously constructed from perfectly enunciated audio clips gathered from online dictionaries and set to Casio keyboard-quality music, the site lets the musically adventurous listen to ”Anarchy in the UK” performed not by Johnny Rotten – but by Johnny Five. Along with clarifying the lyrics to such loose-lipped hits as the Ramones’ ”Blitzkrieg Bop,” Dictionaraoke offers a how-to guide for the aspiring automaton…and for that, we say domo arigato.
Posted August 16 2002 — 12:00 AM EDT
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