80s Suicidal Tendencies Won't Fall in Love Today t-shirt Large
Chest 20 in.
Length 23 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Q Tees
This sweet double-sided tee is for the band Suicidal Tendencies for their 1983 eponymous debut album. The shirt features a large back graphic honoring one of the songs off the album "Won't Fall in Love Today". The album was released by the independent label Frontier Records, who also worked with groups like Circle Jerks, T.S.O.L., and Redd Kross. Suicidal Tendencies' first album managed to be one of the best-selling records put out by the label and it was well received by both critics and fans.
Some notable tracks from the album include what is arguably the band's most famous hit, "Institutionalized" which has remained a setlist staple for the group since the early 80s. "Insitiutionalized " never made it onto any mainstream charts, but it was the first hardcore punk song to receive regular airplay on MTV. Another notable track was "I Shot the Devil" which was originally supposed to be titled "I Shot Reagan". Supposedly the band was approached by the FBI and forced to change the name, although the original title still appeared on the album's lyrics sheet.
Fits like a modern unisex adult large. There are spots on the bottom left and near the collar, see pics.