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  • Tower Records Logo Font Identification

    Hi all,

    I'm trying to figure out what font is used to create the Tower Records Logo.

    What the Font and Identifont didn't work for me in this case.

    I've attached a photo of the logo. Thanks in advance.
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    Custom drawn it appears to be. A clue the trademark symbol is.
    A little smilie goes a long way.

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