Western Music Was Forbidden, So They Reused X-Rays To Make Their Own Records
Can't stop the music.
So you reckon vinyl records are pretty hipster? Think again.
These X-Rays-turned-makeshift-records from the 1950s in the USSR are infinitely more cool, and sure to make even Portland's hippest music stores salivate.
And what says "creative" more than reusing X-rays exposed to hospital waste bins to produce "homemade" records?
Cool kids gotta have their rock 'n' roll. Even if they're living under Khrushchev.
The phenomenon was referred to as "Bone Music" for, well, rather self-explanatory reasons.
This certainly gives us a new appreciation for music.
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