80s Iron Maiden World Piece Tour 1983 Muscle t-shirt Medium

$499.99 USD

Chest 18 in.

Length 21 in.

Content: Feels like cotton blend

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This sweet vintage muscle tee was made to commemorate Iron Maiden's World Piece Tour from 1983. This concert tour was designed to promote the band's highly successful fourth studio album Piece of Mind, which was certified platinum in both the US and the UK. This was the first album to feature Nicko McBrian on the drums. He stepped in after the departure of Clive Burr, and McBrian has continued to work with the band ever since.

The early to mid 80s were one of the most commercially successful eras for Iron Maiden, and in addition to Piece of Mind, it saw the release of popular albums like The Number of the Beast and Powerslave. Piece of Mind featured the singles "Flight of Icarus" and "The Trooper", as well as a track called "Still Life", which contained a hidden message that could only be heard if the song was played backwards. This was added as a joke by the band, who wanted to poke fun at the controversy that was stirred by their previous release, The Number of the Beast. Conservative Christian groups from the States had tried to claim that the band promoted Satanism, so they jokingly retaliated by adding in the message, "What ho said the t'ing with the three 'bonce, don't meddle with things you don't understand".

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. There are small holes along the seams, see pics.