Tons of infos spreaded out in dozens of threads in this forum, I know, but I would like to bring everything together in one place, if possible, especially for those who, like me, love to have the original inner in each LP, because we consider it as a significant part of its history. I would like to try, with the help of many collectors and experts present here, to identify as precisely as possible the exact inner present into the album at the first release day. As you all know, over the years, sellers and collectors may have changed the original inner to another one in better condition, without taking into account certain significant details... I think it's more useful to talk about the standard inners, the generic ones used by record companies. With the custom inners it is easier to identify the correct one that was in that album, for example in the second album of the Doors, or in the Jefferson Airplain's Baxter there were unique inners, impossible to be wrong (they are the first two examples that come to mind, but there are many..."impossible to be wrong"? Not so sure...). So, please, check in your collection for a comparison, and back in this thread with your comments. I kindly invite you to post your examples, if not yet discussed. Post here pics (or a detailed description) of inners you have in your LPs, specifying in which album it is present. Comments about what you know in its regard; infos needed in order to understand/confirm the exact era; doubts, questions, thoughts, reasonings and conclusions... Of course, very important will be direct testimonies of those who bought the album on the day of its release, I hope to have many! I'll start with these three, all original US releases, where I have no doubts about the first, and some doubts about the others two (please check the pics, I'll avoid descriptions because "a picture is worth more than a hundred words" ). - Cream, Fresh Cream, ATCO USA 1966, two tone label, mono. Matrix side 1: C-12489-A AT W, and side 2: C-12490-A AT W. Here I'm sure, inner is the right one due to the punch-hole in the corner that fits exactly with the one on jacket, and because it is an ATCO one of course. Please if I'm wrong let me know... I have a question about this inner: is it the same for the second Cream album from '67 "Disraeli Gears", US stereo version?. - The Who, The Who Sings My Generation, Decca USA 1966, mono. Matrix side 1: MG10404 T1 1, and side 2: MG10405 T1 1. Never found valid infos about the correct inner for this title, the one I have is on this set from the day I received the LP. Is it the correct one?