When the final track of your life finishes playing, how would you like to be remembered? Do you want to be buried and forgotten like a bad solo album? Or would you like to be encased for posterity like a big platinum record? Or maybe you hope to continue being heard, like a legendary musician that lives on forever. Well, if you hope to have your song play long after you’ve left the recording studio of life, there’s a way for that to happen–literally–by having your ashes pressed into a vinyl record.
I came across this somewhat macabre sort of internment option offered by the UK company Andvinyl. With their basic package they will take your actual cremated ashes and press them into 30 discs, each with 24 total minutes of audio (12 minutes on each side). You have to supply the sound, so you can record something original like a message or have them use a favorite song, but the discs come with standard artwork and labels that include your name, date of birth, and date of death. That package starts at around $3,700.
But if all of this is too creepy for you personally, you can try it out on one of your pets, because what better way to remember your fur baby than to listen to his/her barking for the rest of your life.
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Keep Rockin’ – Tejay