Atlantic Home Video

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(Early-Late 1980s?)


Logo: We see a white frame containing the letter "A" shape, resembling the first Atlantic Records logo, until it multiplies a few of them. Another frame appears in the top left, reading "tlan" in a strange cursive-ish font. We then appear on various multiplied frames containing the "tic" in another frame, as we transition to the frame that contained the word "tic" in it. We then cut to the complete logo, reading "Atlantic". The text pixelates as we transition to an ocean footage. The footage slides to the top right as the Atlantic text appears along with "HOME VIDEO" below it. Then we cut to various multiplied frames of the logo sliding onto the right, until that, we then cut to the logo, till it fades out.

Technique: Mostly cheap 2D animation.

Music/Sounds: Mostly some rock music, as it changes in any appearance contained in this logo.

Availability: Extremely rare. Appears on various releases of theirs, including Fleshburn and City Limits.

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