Hi everybody. All of my life I've been a true fan of the good old LP records. In fact, I switched to CDs only when I realized that I had to because LPs weren't released anymore. When I was a kid, I always noticed that most LPs had at least five cuts per side. As an example, the British Beatles releases had 14 songs until Sgt. Pepper's. But when I saw the first LP with less than 10 songs, it was like a shock for me. I wasn't used to songs that long. Which was the first LP you saw with less than 10 songs? Mine was Bachman-Turner Overdrive's "Four Wheel Drive", released in 1975 (eight cuts). Notice that sometimes the record companies released LPs with a single cut per side which had a long medley of hits remade in that format. That's another story, so please don't include medleys in your choices. Thanks for your input!