For those especially devoted to lo-fi, it appears that there is a UK-based company that, for a fee, will turn digital audio files into phonograph cylinders. From what I understand this can also be done oneself with the right setup, although I haven't really looked into that yet. (On the off chance that anyone DOES know about the DIY way of doing this, please, post).
http://www.phonographcylinders.com/cust ... ecords.php
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