The eccentric musician’s record label is set to release a single printed on pressed medical films.

Diehard music lovers often contend that nothing compares to the sound of vinyl. There’s something pure, tactile, and appealing to the ear about a vinyl record. But what if the record’s not actually made of vinyl? In an attempt to push the boundaries of music, that’s what artists are trying to find out.

Recently, records have been created on things other than vinyl to generate buzz around their release–namely chocolate, ice, and via 3D printing.

Now, old medical x-ray sheets can be added to the list.

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