Rings Around Saturn & Veranda Culture (Flexi-Disc)

In the early 1960’s Russia introduced the pressing and distribution of illegal pop music during a shortage of vinyl recording materials. People would dig through hospital waste bins to find discarded X-Rays prints which was used to create their own bootleg vinyl using a standard wax disk cutter to copy records that managed to make it into the Soviet Union through satellite countries such as Hungary.

They would then etch a copy of an album into the X-Ray, cut it into a crude circle with manicure scissors, and use a cigarette to burn a hole in the middle, allowing the record to be played on the turntable – This was known as ‘Bone Music’.


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