“In the former USSR, records were commonly homemade using discarded medical x-rays. These records, which were usually made under the nation’s samizdat movement, were nicknamed “Bones” or “Ribs”, were usually inscribed with illegal copies of popular music banned by the government. They also became a popular means of distribution among Soviet punk bands; in addition to the high cost and low availability of vinyl, punk music was politically suppressed, and publishing outlets were limited.”

Via Wikipedia

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