There used to be a saying, in the days of LP recordings - Ive worn out the grooves of that record, meaning that youve listened to the record seemingly countless numbers of times. Im not sure if the grooves literally wore out, possibly they did if you didnt replace the needle frequently enough.
Anyway I wore out Michelangelis Debussy Images I and II when it came out around 1970. Ditto De Larrochas Iberia recorded in 1962.
One of my first LP purchases, Rozsa's soundtrack to Ben-Hur (not even
conducted by Rozsa) is pretty well-worn, due to the fact that I played
it a few times with a 78 RPM needle by mistake.
Ormandy's Also Sprach on Columbia (not well-regarded these days) also
got well-worn because I lent it to a friend who played it a bit too
much, so I had to buy another copy (this was over 55 years ago).
Brian Auger and Julie Driscoll's Streetnoise got kind of "worn"
because I lent it to a another friend who got it dusty and she cleaned
it with Pledge (usually used for furniture).