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Years ago, I remember seeing (and playing) several Vinyl singles; rather than the more common plastic material, these were printed on a papery-like material that could easily be bent, yet played on a standard record player. Would anybody happen to know what the material used for these types of Vinyls are called?

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You probably mean flexi discs. These were made of a thin, flexible vinyl sheet, and were sometimes used as a means to include sound with printed material such as magazines and music instruction books before the advent of compact discs.

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