There's something special about album cover fonts. They can be intricate and ornate, or simple and understated. But they always add an extra layer of interest to the music within.
One of the most well-known examples of an album cover font is the one used for The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Designed by Sir Peter Blake, the intricate lettering was inspired by Art Nouveau and Victoriana styles. It's since become one of the most iconic fonts in history.
Since then, a number of other bands have experimented with unique fonts on their album covers. For example, David Bowie used a futuristic typeface for his Aladdin Sane album, while Pink Floyd opted for a more psychedelic style for their Dark Side of the Moon LP.