80s Re-Flex Politics of Dancing World Tour t-shirt Small
Chest 17.5 in.
Length 23 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Hanes
This sweet t-shirt is for the new wave band Re-Flex from their 1984 World Tour promoting their album The Politics of Dancing. Released in 1983 by EMI Records, the album garnered moderate success, but the title track managed to be a huge international success. It became the band's signature song, and caused some to label them as a one-hit wonder. Other singles from the record included "Hurt", "Couldn't Stand a Day", "Hitline", "Praying to the Beat", and "Sensitive".
The Politics of Dancing was the band's debut album and the only one released by the group in the 80s. Their second album Humanication was scheduled to be released in 1985. The single "How Much Longer" which featured Sting and centered around environmentalism was released before the record was pulled and deemed too political. Shortly afterward the band left EMI Records.
Fits like a modern unisex adult small. There are three holes on the front and bleach spots throughout, see pics.