90s Afghan Whigs Black Love Album 1996 t-shirt Large

Chest 21 in.

Length 28.5 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Wild Oats

This vintage shirt is for the 90s grunge band the Afghan Whigs and it celebrates the group's fifth studio album Black Love, which was released in 1996. The album was produced by the group's lead singer Greg Dulli, who had been exploring the possibility of producing a film noire movie around the time. Dulli's movie never came to fruition, but several of his ideas for a soundtrack led to songs recorded for this album. Black Love spawned two singles "Honky's Ladder" and "Going to Town". The album was promoted with extensive touring, including a stint of shows opening for Neil Young along with Jewel.

The Afghan Whigs began as a garage band who released their first album independently in 1988. They were then signed to the Seattle-based label Sup-Pop with their fourth album, Gentleman, becoming their major label debut. Their next album following Black Love, was 1965 which received generally positive reviews. Following this release, the band was invited to open for the classic rock band Aerosmith.

Fits like a modern unisex adult large


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