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Rod Smear wrote:
> Can anyone explain why certain LP's used to have a "cut-out hole" in them, usually in the upper right or left portions of the album cover? Did this also apply to 8-track tape cartridges as well?

It indicated a cutout - a title dropped from the catalogue and sold at a 
reduced price. Unlike paperback and comic books, where the cover was cut 
off by the dealer and returned for credit, I believe this was only done 
to keep the cutout from being returned as a full-price purchase.

Mike
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