Are These The Tiniest (Or Largest) Records Ever Made?
Twelve-inch records? Yawn. DJ Food has opened our eyes to the fact that records come in many unexpected sizes. In a new column for The Vinyl Factory, the collector lists some of the physical oddities lurking on his shelves, from 16″ records cut onto aluminum from the 1930s to 4″ “pocket discs” that carried 3.5 minutes of music and were sold out of vending machines.
Get the full rundown here, and check out some of the most bizarre releases we found on Discogs (pressed with human hair, self-scratched, etc.) here.