Records made from plain old vinyl are so yesterday. What about records made from chocolate, ice, wood, or even human blood? These unique curiosities range from delightful to absurd, to poetically sombre.
Breakbot’s Edible, Playable Chocolate Record
Can’t consume a whole LP’s worth of chocolate? Here’s a more reasonably-sized chocolate 7” by Gonzales.
Shout Out Louds’ Ice Record Project
3D Printed Records
Laser Cut Wood Records
Jack White’s Liquid-Filled “Sixteen Saltines” 12”
The Great Gatsby Soundtrack On Vinyl Coated With Platinum & Gold
Definitely Maybe: one that could definitely be yours This is a genuine Creation in-house Platinum Sales Award presented in 1995 in recognition of sales in the UK of more than 300,000 copies of the album. Wow! Sales figures like that aren’t achieved in current times. This really is one of […]
From the Guardian Instrumental track that Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Richard Wright and Nick Mason performed in 1966 will go on sale as one-sided vinyl record The British rock band Pink Floyd will put out a version of Interstellar Overdrive that has never before been released. Out on 15 April […]
It was five years ago this month when The Beatles (The Original Studio Recordings) CD box set of all the bands stereo recordings was released in the midst of a major promotions push to a very zealous audience who could not wait to obtain the set (the first printings sold […]