The Internet's Full Of The Weirdest Things, Isn't It?

Recently stumbled over this short Vinyl Factory documentary on "bone records."

The strange story of Soviet music on the bone. The iconic images of gramophone grooves cut onto x-rays of skulls, ribcages and bones have captured the collective imagination way beyond the music scene. Now for the first time, the complete story of the Soviet x-ray record has emerged, as told by the people who made it happen.

Wikipedia's "Jazz on Bones/Rib Recordings" article has more, including this brilliant phrase:

The clandestine approach to circulating banned popular foreign music eventually led to a law being passed in 1958 that forbade the home-production of recordings of "a criminally hooligan trend."

A "criminally hooligan trend?" What's not to love about that?

Attribution(s): "Bone Records" by Dmitry Rozhkov (CC BY-SA 3.0) via Wikipedia.