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Offenbach ‎– Saint-Chrone De Néant album art

Contributed by Jorge Iván Moreno Majul on Jul 6th, 2020. Artwork published in .
    Offenbach ‎– Saint-Chrone De Néant album art 1
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    Saint-Chrone de Néant by Canadian prog rock band Offenbach was recorded live at the Oratoire Saint-Joseph, Montréal, Québec, on 30 November 1972.

    Design concept by Jacques Bourassa, using parts of the Aldo Novarese’s typeface Stop to mask a photograph by Bernard Nobert.

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    The title is set in caps from , a Letraset original by Bob Newman. The image is too small to identify the sans serif. Note the use of left- and right-aligned text.
    Source: https://www.discogs.com Discogs. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The title is set in caps from Data 70, a Letraset original by Bob Newman. The image is too small to identify the sans serif. Note the use of left- and right-aligned text.

    Track list with a vintage poster and ticket, as reproduced in the CD booklet of a 2008 re-release.
    Source: https://www.discogs.com Discogs. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Track list with a vintage poster and ticket, as reproduced in the CD booklet of a 2008 re-release.

    The band and their album.
    Source: https://www.discogs.com Discogs. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The band and their album.

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    • Data 70

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    2 Comments on “Offenbach ‎– Saint-Chrone De Néant album art”

    1. This is so unbelievably great!

    2. I knew you’ll love this, Dan. I’d like to believe the band named itself after the city, but the composer strikes me as more likely.

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