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Dec 22, 2010

How To Pirate Vinyl Records

Just because vinyl records are analog, it doesn't mean you can't pirate them. All you need is a wood box, glass, window cement, silicone mixture, liquid plastic and a drill press. Hey, I didn't say it was going to be easy.

To start, you put your record in the wood box and pour the silicone mix over the record to create a mold. Then, you pour the liquid plastic into the silicone mold to make the pirated copy of the record.

16 comments:

NooG said...

i think i'll stick to pirating mp3's online...

Les said...

Thanks, I was wondering how to share my music with my friends. I'd tell you what bands I listen to, but you've probably never heard of them. They're pretty obscure.

Chuck McElroy IV said...

I can imagine an old granpa saying right now, "mp3's?! In my day we used to pirate vinyl records and tell the RIAA to suck off!"

Donkote said...

yea haha too much work for me, ill stick to ipods

Sinisa said...

good to know...

Major.Mack said...

yeah im on it. lol

Drackar said...

Could be fun to do, though, really.

Pawawanpi said...

Well as cool as that is, wouldn't pirating vinyl be more expensive then just buying another one? Although it could turn into a pretty cool art project without having to use vinyl records that you liked.

Bargain Hunter said...

Wow can't believe people actually thought of that =P

SpringyB said...

Hahaha. But is it really pirating? More like record burning

invagrantly said...

hmm i prefer recording it and then compress to mp3 instead.

Mister Sharaf said...

this is awesome, but this is not pirating anymore, this is preserving old times

SuciƓ Sanchez said...

I'm 12 years old and what's a record?

Pantheon said...

hahaha really? let's see if the government also try to ban this

Monster Madness said...

Haha, I didn't know you could do that.

runewake2 said...

This sounds like a bad idea... Does it damage the record?