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“Sugar Baby Love” – The Rubettes

Photo(s) . Imported from Flickr on Jan 9, 2012. Artwork published in
circa 1974
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    West German single by Polydor, with B-side “You Could Have Told Me”, 1974 [Discogs]. Via Buro Destruct’s Fonts from the Flea Market series.
    Source: http://www.ebay.fr filmmax. License: All Rights Reserved.

    West German single by Polydor, with B-side “You Could Have Told Me”, 1974 [Discogs]. Via Buro Destruct’s Fonts from the Flea Market series.

    West German single by Polydor, with B-side “You Could Have Told Me”, 1974 [Discogs]. Via Buro Destruct’s Fonts from the Flea Market series.
    Source: http://www.ebay.fr musicschallplatte. License: All Rights Reserved.

    East German single by Amiga, with B-side “Tonight”, 1975 [Discogs]. Design by Gerd Semder.

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    • Bullion Shadow
    • Stack
    • unidentified typeface
    • Univers

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    2 Comments on ““Sugar Baby Love” – The Rubettes”

    1. Henning Krause says:
      Oct 28th, 2017  5:59 pm

      There is also Letraset Stack in use on it!

    2. Oct 28th, 2017  7:48 pm

      Henning! Nice to see you here.

      Of course, that’s Stack. Added, thanks!

      For good measure, I have expanded the post with an image of the East German version, designed by Gerd Semder and printed by VEB Gotha-Druck (“Verpackung nach TGL 10609”). I’m pretty sure the two-colored geometric letterforms are derived from a typeface, too, but I can’t put my finger on it right now. They also appear on the LP cover. Something between Optex, Dubbeldik and Joc Line

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