Intrigued, he looked inside, only to discover that it was a record made up of pieces of several other records, all carefully glued together. He would later try playing it on his turntable, and learned that it played well. Browsing the experimental music racks, Opie discovered an unfamiliar record with a hand-assembled cover. In early 2014, a Pittsburgh musician named Ben Opie wandered into one of the most intriguing experimental music mysteries in memory. The Weird Output of Conglomerate Records
July 28, 2020July 27, 2020 ~ Mike
Source: Anomaly Index. He was shopping at a local record store, Jerry’s Records, in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh.