90s Beastie Boys Ill Communication Tour t-shirt Extra Large

Chest 24 in.

Length 25 in. 

Content: 100% cotton

Tag Brand: Unbranded

This amazing tour shirt commemorates the Beastie Boys' 1995 Ill Communication tour. The front has the band's name along with an image of members Ad-Rock, MCA and Mike D. On the back, there is a neon graphic of a person doing karate in front of a Yin Yang symbol. Underneath, there is a list of all the cities the tour performed in. Ill Communications was the Beastie Boys' 4th studio album, released in 1994. The album experimented with many different musical styles, including hip hop, punk rock, jazz and funk, making it their most stylistically varied album. The album contained the song Sabotage, which became one of the group's most popular songs.

The Beastie Boys were an American Hip Hop group that formed in New York City in 1981. Their musical styles included hardcore punk, rock, and rap, but the group settled on a hip hop sound for the majority of their albums. Their debut album, Licensed to Ill, was certified diamond in 2015. Among others, Eminem, Rage Against The Machine, Limp Bizkit, and Sublime cite the Beastie Boys as their influence. 

This shirt fits like a modern unisex adult extra large.

This shirt is two sided, and has a light pink tint to it. There is also a repair near the graphic on the front, see pics. 




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