An iconic sleeve from Roxette’s break-thru album Look Sharp!, featuring all-caps Franklin Gothic Condensed for the title. “The Daily Roxette” is in Modern No. 20 or similar. Many claimed that the newspaper idea was stolen from the Guns N’ Roses album G N’ R Lies (November 1988), but in fact Roxette came first. EMI, and the band, wanted Roxette to look like they already were super famous, so they gathered most of the employees from EMI Svenska AB and a few select friends to shoot the sleeve. Roxette’s manager Marie Dimberg put all the copy together. Also the date is wrong, supposedly the album was to be released October 19, but was actually released the 22.