Usually vinyl, circular medium on which sounds are recorded.
Part of the locked groove that marks the end of the last band.
Blank part of the locked groove that separates two bands.
Part of the locked groove that marks the beginning of the record.
Part of the locked groove that contains a recording; the sides of the groove are marked by hills and valleys, which cause the stylus to vibrate.
Marking affixed to the center of the record that provides information about its contents.
Circular opening for inserting the record on the center of the turntable.
Spiral groove etched into the surface of a record; the stylus cartridge of a record player travels along the groove from the outside in.