Private Dancer is a 1984 album from singer Tina Turner, her fifth solo album after leaving the Ike & Tina Turner duo. The album is credited with launching her to solo stardom, and produced hits like the title track and “What’s Love Got To Do With It”. It was selected by the Library of Congress in 2020 for preservation in the National Recording Registry.
While the cover images of the original vinyl LP and CD releases were significantly different, they both featured similar typography, with the exclusive use of Onyx, with a mix of roman and oblique for “Tina”. This typographical identity was carried over to posters, advertisements, single covers, tour booklets, and other contemporary materials. The track listing on the back cover was also set in Onyx.