Scottish band 'Found' has created music that's good enough to eat -- literally. The band worked with local baker Ben Milne to produce this featured chocolate record for its single, Anti Climb Paint.
The way the chocolate record works is that it is made with the same negative metal templates that are in a real vinyl record. Except, of course, unlike a real record, this one is made of sweet and delicious chocolate.
Ben Milne predicts that people will be able to get around ten plays out of the chocolate record before it starts to wear down. But once that happens, you can just eat what's left over. The sleeve and label are also edible, both crafted from rice paper and icing sugar.
This divine confection is limited edition, with only 50 copies of it being sold.
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