wilwheaton
wilwheaton:

In the 1946-1961 era, some ingenious Russians began recording banned bootlegged jazz, boogie woogie and rock ‘n’ roll on exposed X-ray film. The thick radiographs would be cut into discs of 23 to 25 centimeters in diameter; sometimes the records weren’t circular. But the exact shape didn’t matter so much, as long as the thing played. (via ‘Bone music’: Soviet-era bootleg records of banned rock and jazz pressed on X-ray plates | Dangerous Minds)

Mind. Blown.

wilwheaton:

In the 1946-1961 era, some ingenious Russians began recording banned bootlegged jazz, boogie woogie and rock ‘n’ roll on exposed X-ray film. The thick radiographs would be cut into discs of 23 to 25 centimeters in diameter; sometimes the records weren’t circular. But the exact shape didn’t matter so much, as long as the thing played. (via ‘Bone music’: Soviet-era bootleg records of banned rock and jazz pressed on X-ray plates | Dangerous Minds)

Mind. Blown.