Just like for Books, I've lugged these things around for decades, boxes of them. I had 700+ LPs at one time, and they're good for over a dozen liquor-store boxes. I've whittled them down to 2 boxes now, but there are still 10 wooden boxes I made for CDs. At least they stack nicely.
Way back in the early '80s when my collection was getting going I started making a list because I was starting to forget what I had. Back then a little-known underdog WYSIWYG word-processor called Microsoft Word (2.0 for DOS) was what I was using for University work, so that's where this list started, with a stylesheet to define a nice layout, and headers/footers and fancy things like widow/orphan control.
The list stayed in that form, through DOS, OS/2 (Word ran as an OS/2 application) and even Linux for a time (in a DOS emulator), until about 5 years ago. Thankfully I was not swayed by the popularity of the now-defunct WordPerfect or any other format: Word had always left content separate from formatting, so extracting all my original typing into a text file involved deleting the formatting controls from the top and bottom of the file.
These days everything but the vinyl (LP and single/EP) has been ripped to digital, and instead of a printed list by the stereo I have several screens and a tablet that can show the list. Progress!
See Just the List..