Have your ashes pressed into the vinyl record of your choosing

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Jason Leach, founder of And Vinyly,¬†has announced a new option for those who’d rather die than live without music.

Have your ashes combined with 24 minutes of audiophile-quality vinyl. The process is simple: Ashes are delivered to a pressing plant and sprinkled into raw vinyl. That said, it’s pretty expensive, costing $4,600 for 30 copies of a record.

If you don’t have any music in mind, Leach’s team can create a score for you, though that’ll cost you, too (about $760 per track).¬†

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