What is the difference between an EP and an LP?

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The difference between an EP (Extended Play) and an LP (Long Playing Record) in music is that EP refers to a number songs on a record mostly five singles whereas LP described a full album. Both terms were related to vinyl records up until the late 1980's when vinyl records were replaced.
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