X-Ray Records project launches featuring previously unreleased music by Massive Attack, Pussy Riot, Noam Chomsky

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Forbidden songs on limited edition bone 12″s.

A new limited edition series X-Ray records is being released this April, in a collaborative project called Library of Dangerous Thoughts, by tuition-free University of the Underground, The Collecteurs digital museum, and the Bureau of Lost Culture.

Read more: How used X-Rays were repurposed as the base for forbidden songs

According to University of the Underground, the project was founded to “raise awareness against censorship and encourage plurality of thinking.”

Library of Dangerous Thoughts features songs and audio from artists and thinkers including Massive Attack, Jónsi of Sigur Rós, Alex Somers, Pussy Riot and Noam Chomsky, all cut to unique radiography film.

Created on an original 1957 recording lathe, the records will be available via auction, with proceeds going to the University of the Underground charity.

Head here for more info, and watch our documentary about the history of X-Ray records below.

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