We use fonts in our business, and are fascinated by the limited font choices that art directors had back in the 40s, 50s and 60s. Some font choices on my Sinatra albums have always bugged me (whereas some are wonderful), but instead of me trying to improve them, it occurred to me that the photos or illustrations of Sinatra's albums were literal portrayals of the song selections inside. Without the titles, you can still ascertain the theme and mood of each album. The question is, could these no-words albums sell as well, assuming the info would be on the flip side? All you have to do is look at "Abbey Road."