80s Minor Threat Salad Days Zed's Records t-shirt Large


Chest 20 in.

Length 25 in.

Content: 50/50 Cotton/Polyester

Tag Brand: Screen Stars

This amazing Minor Threat t-shirt is from the 1980s and it features the famous Salad Days porch photo. The shirt was screened by Zed's Records in Long Beach California. Minor Threat was founded in Washington D.C. in 1980 by Ian MacKaye and Jeff Nelson. They were joined by Brian Baker, Lyle Preslar, and eventually Steve Hansgen. The band was fairly short lived only lasting four years, but they left quite an impression on the hardcore punk scene.

Minor Threat is remembered for helping to originate the straight edge movement with the song "Straight Edge" off their eponymous debut EP. This movement was based around a life style without drugs, alcohol, or promiscuous sex. Along with groups like Bad Brains and Black Flag they helped to set a standard for the hardcore bands of the 80s and 90s. They also helped to establish the DIY ethic for punk music as all of their recordings were released off of MacKaye and Nelson's own Dischord Records.

Fits like a modern unisex adult large. This shirt has light discoloration, it is off white with a reddish tint, also has some spots, see pics.






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