An LP, also known as a record or a vinyl, was a disc used on Earth in the 20th century to store recorded music. They were played on gramophones. By the 1990s, records had been replaced by CDs. (PROSE: Invasion of the Cat-People)

In 1953, Emma-Louise Cowell purchased the LP of the film Calamity Jane. (TV: Out of Time)

In 1969, Jorge Zumbido gave Rodrigo a signed copy of one of his records. (PROSE: Elementary, My Dear Sheila)

When he arrived at a Vince Cosmos concert in July of 1973, Simon remembered owning multiple Vince Cosmos LPs. (PROSE: Enter Wildthyme)

In 1978, Geoff Love's Doctor Who theme was available on an LP, which Paul Magrs enjoyed. (PROSE: Bafflement and Devotion)

In the 1980s, Diva browsed at a Virgin Megastore with Tegan Jovanka and was incredulous that people stored music on LPs. (PROSE: The Crystal Bucephalus)

In 1987, Johnny Chess released the LP Things to do on a Wet Tuesday Night. (PROSE: The Also People)

In 2016, Thomas Laneford, who was from 1967, preferred to listen to LPs. (AUDIO: Gifted)

Individual discs could become scratched, which would result in the needle getting "stuck in the groove", resulting in short sections of a song being played over and over again in a loop. At least one of the Doctor's favourite records, "In a Dream," had a definite scratch in it, a matter of concern for both the Seventh and Eighth Doctors. (TV: Doctor Who)

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