I recently watched the documentary Helvetica, which discusses the beauty and simplicty of the most popular font used across the globe. I personally love fonts and and the processes of designing them. I'm also deeply interested in how they can set a tone for something before you even read it . While collecting some vintage children's albums for Wolfgang's bedroom I came across this kooky non-denominational sing-a-long record that came with what appears to be an instructional manual. This booklet would give typeface designers a heart attack because it is loaded with EVERY type of font that was popular during the 60's and 70's. Good or bad? Or just a poorly designed record hoping to grab anyones attention with its Smörgåsbord of typeface.