Dubstep lyrics look a lot like a robot language

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(CBS) - Have you ever wondered how robots communicate with each other when not speaking in human languages? Finally after years of trying to decipher robot communications, the music industry was able to crack the code, uncovering the musical genre we now know as dubstep. YouTube user DubstepLyrics helps translate the complex language only understood by those with robot ears into English (kinda) for all to understand.

The two videos posted here are "translations" of dubstep tracks from one of the most famous dubstep producers out there, Skrillex. These songs are either loved or hated, as there is no middle ground for such intense and polarizing beats. But one thing is for certain, the drops executed by Skrillex are some of the best in the game, sure to send any dubstep fan into a frenzy.

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