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X-Ray Vinyls: Soviet-Era Bootlegged Music

During the Soviet regime, much of Western culture was banned from entering the country. Despite these restrictions, teenagers found a way to enjoy music being released in the West. They had to make their own records with scrapped materials. With ingenuity, they duplicated many albums and used X-ray films to press music onto the discs. These became known as "bone music" or "rib recordings".

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