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Grateful Dead (album)
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The gold, black and red label design used for Warner Bros. stereo albums from 1958 to 1967 and mono albums from 1964 to 1967.
The gold, black and red label design used for Warner Bros. stereo albums from 1958 to 1967 and mono albums from 1964 to 1967.
The grey, black, white and yellow label design used for Warner Bros. mono albums from 1958 to 1964 when it switched to the same gold label as the ster
The grey, black, white and yellow label design used for Warner Bros. mono albums from 1958 to 1964 when it switched to the same gold label as the stereo version.
"Cream Puff War" (1967), the first single by The Grateful Dead. The orange label with chevron border was used on Warner Bros.' American 45s for much o
"Cream Puff War" (1967), the first single by The Grateful Dead. The orange label with chevron border was used on Warner Bros.' American 45s for much of the 1960s.
The Warner Bros. "Burbank" picture label introduced in 1973. It was later modified when a banner was added across the WB Shield, on which the word "RE
The Warner Bros. "Burbank" picture label introduced in 1973. It was later modified when a banner was added across the WB Shield, on which the word "RECORDS" was inscribed.