As I was alphabetizing my dad's records in the guest room I ran across this little thing in a paper bag in a Scotland souvenir album.
In case you're too young to remember the 80's, many companies would promote giveaways in magazines and newspapers by using little thin records. McDonalds was perhaps the most well known company to use this great idea. They would record a little two to three minute long commercial for their product and make you listen to the whole thing to learn if you've won or not. Plus, kids LOVE'd it! Even though they knew they didn't win, young children would play the record over and over again. No matter how crappy McDonalds' food is, after the 10th time hearing it, wouldn't you want a Big Mac?
This specific record is circa late 1988 and on the back it actually reads in clear 10 point font, "The odds of winning: 1 in 80,000,000." Yeah, I lost.
It shouldn't be surprising the audio is so crappy considering it's thin plastic on cardboard.