Some Girls is a 1978 album from the English rock band The Rolling Stones, generally regarded as something of a comeback after a few years of declining popularity.
The album cover was designed by Peter Corriston with illustrations by Hubert Kretzschmar. Making use of an elaborate die-cut design, it inserts the faces of the Rolling Stones and various female celebrities into a vintage advertisement by Valmor Products Corporation. This design was quickly met with a lawsuit due to the unauthorized use of the likenesses of Lucille Ball, Farrah Fawcett, Judy Garland, Raquel Welch, and Marilyn Monroe. The album was quickly reissued with a redesigned cover that removed the celebrities. Valmor also took legal action and was awarded money for the reuse of their design.
“The Rolling Stones” is set in Flash Bold, and “Some Girls” is Brush Script. A wide variety of other typefaces are used in the advertising copy. “AFRO” might be Filmotype Homer with alternates. The bold scripty caps used for “WIZ-WIG” are from an unidentified source – Bold Mercantile Italic is in the same ballpark.