The cover design was again provided by Brad Johannsen. Like with the precursor, the typography features two novelty faces that had been added to the library of Photo-Lettering, Inc. shortly before. The band name again is shown in two-colored caps with shadow effect. This time, the chosen typeface is Benguiat Downsie, a wide sans with horizontal contrast, in the vein of Letraset’s Zipper or VGC’s Sintex (both 1970).
The album title is set in Michas, the only typeface design credited to William G. Michas, Jr. Made from basic geometric shapes with thin slots as counters, it recalls Baby Teeth (1967) or Disco (before 1971). An open variant was first shown in PLINC’s Art Deco catalog from 1970.