Chocolate Vinyl Record Actually Plays For Three-Five Times Before It's Destroyed (Video)
Sep 22, 2012 14:35
Vinyl records have been supplanted by other musical formats many times over by now, but a band called BreakBot has found the perfect way to help vinyl reclaim its popularity—delicious chocolate records!
A band called Breakbot has made its vinyl record, in chocolate! The band's latest album, "By Your Side' can be bought in two flavors: the first - inedible plastic, or exquisite dark chocolate. The cocoa version can be played on a record player with a standard cartridge, except that you'll need to clean up after the chocolate curls. You'll only be able to play the album three to five times before it gets destroyed. Check out how it works in the video below:
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