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London Calling - The Clash
While the title is hand-designed, the band's name is actually in Helvetica, the popular font developed in 1957.
Ramones - Ramones
Contra - Vampire Weekend
Vampire Weekend use Futura not only on their cover of Contra, but also in their lyrics: "she never saw bombs exploded in 96 point Futura" (from "Holiday").
Nevermind - Nirvana
The Nirvana logo we have come to associate with the band is written in the Bodoni typeface, a serif dating back to 1798.
Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys
Weezer (The Blue Album) - Weezer
The band hit the jackpot using a relatively new font, Century Gothic, as the typeface for their name, sticking with it on subsequent albums.
Stranger Than Fiction - Bad Religion
Bad Religion adopted a standard font for their name early on, choosing Friz Quadrata. The font apparently goes well with punk rock as both Black Flag and The Offspring have also used the typeface.
Showbiz - Muse
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