Saturday, May 11, 2002

The songs are familiar, the lyrics the same, but we guarantee you’ve never heard versions quite like this. A group of fair-use artists have created songs using the spoken pronunciation guides of words in online dictionaries. The result is an entertaining blend of computerized music and monotone singing. Bob talks to David Dixon about the tunes found at his website, dictionaraoke.com.

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