90s REM 1995 Monster Tour Distressed t-shirt Extra Large

Chest 23.5 in.

Length 27 in. 

Content: Feels like 100% cotton

Tag Brand: Unbranded

This shirt is from the American rock band REM's 1995 Monster Tour. Monster was their 9th studio album and it was released in 1994. The album was an intentional shift from their usual musical style into a sound that was more industrial and distorted. It featured hit singles like "Bang and Blame", "Strange Currencies", and "Tongue", as well as the most successful "What's The Frequency, Kenneth?" The group had stopped touring some years earlier because their found the act of touring exhausting. But their 1995 Monster tour was their first tour in 6 years. Their supporting acts included Sonic Youth and Radiohead.

This shirt fits like a modern unisex adult extra large.

This shirt is distressed with spots and holes throughout. See pics. 




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