Croatian musician releases edible chocolate record

Gibonni's '20th Century Man' was recorded at London's Abbey Road studio

Croatian musician releases edible chocolate record

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A musician from Croatia has released an edible chocolate record.

Gibonni has put out a chocolate version of his album, '20th Century Man', reports Orange. The record and the label are edible and playable.

Speaking about the release, Gibonni commented: "When I heard of the possibility of making the chocolate version I did not want to miss the opportunity... I read that chocolate contains a hormone of happiness and boosts your libido, so I thought it was a perfect combination for the rock based on music we loved in the 1980s."

'20th Century Man' was recorded at the Abbey Road and Sphere studios in London. It was produced by Andy Right. Gibonni recently played Vienna's Gasometer hall and there was a "mass eat-in" of the album.

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