I'm assuming your 75g tank is 48 inches in length. The double-strip regular fluorescent fixture you linked will work fine; it doesn't say if youhave your choice of the type of tubes, just that it comes with two tubes. Full spectrum is best over a planted aquarium, and with two tubes you will have the option of mixing two types of tubes (my preference, see below). Plants require light in the blue and red colours of the spectrum, but having the green/yellow light included as in full spectrum provides the equivalent of the equatorial sun at mid-day (6500K colour rating) and the plant greens and fish colours look natural; with only blue and red it is rather purplish and spectral.
Forget the single fixture, that is a waste because it will be inadequate for plants and having two will be more expensive and take up more space on top of the tank than getting a double-strip fixture. I speak from experience.
The Aqua-Glo and Life-Glo tubes (Hagen) are very good in my opinion, I have these on one tank. The Tropic Sun (Zoo Med) is also good, and will be less expensive (I have one of these on my 90g). The Corallife and actinic tubes are intended for marine/reef tanks, and are not recomended for planted freshwater.
The T5 fixture suggested by fishkid takes the same type of tubes in terms of spectrum, but as he mentioned they are a bit brighter. The tubes are different and not interchangeable between these types of fixtures, which means that if youget T5 fixtures that is the only tubes you can use. Life-Glo and Aqua-Glo come in T-5, I'm not sure about the Zoo Med series. I was looking at these last week, and my only concern is their brightness; by comparison they are brighter. I have the regular fluorescents now (two tubes over each tank) and find them quite bright enough, both for the fish and me. And the plants are certainly thriving. [There are photos under my aquarium.] Other than this, no issues.
The All Glass mentioned by Unrulyevil has three tubes, and will take the same tubes as the double strip fixture. This increases your light intensity by half. It's your preference. All Glass also has dual-tube fixtures.
With no CO2, any of the above fixtures will be adequate for most rooted plants (swords, crypts, sagitarria, vallisneria...), Anubias
, Java Fern
, some of the stem plants [generally stem plants are faster growing and require more light and nutrients], and floating plants. If you go with the brighter suggestions, floating plants may be necessary. Fish from SA like angels do not prefer brightly lit tanks, and they show their colours best and behave best when they are more comfortable with not too bright light.