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Mister K. – “Louisiana” / “Notre-Dame Des Discothèques” single cover

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    Mister K. – “Louisiana” / “Notre-Dame Des Discothèques” single cover
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    Mister K. “The Synthesizer” AKA Mat Camison (b. 1941) “may be considered a precursor in the use of electronic synthesizers, progressive pop-rock and disco music.” “Louisiana” is an early single of his, released in 1972 on Vogue Records. Sleeve designer Thérèse Ruyant didn’t skimp on the colors, and combined Tip-Top, Futura Light, and Eurostile, all in all caps. See also her equally cheerful cover for Les Korrigans from 1974.

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    • Eurostile

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