90s Green Jelly Duh Tour Three Little Pigs t-shirt Large
Chest 20.5 in.
Length 29.5 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Fruit of the Loom
This sweet double-sided concert tee is from the comedy rock band Green Jellÿ. The band was formed in 1981 and they were originally named Green Jellö. They were forced to change it after Kraft Foods claimed that the name was an infringement of their Jell-O trademark. This shirt features a front graphic based on their most popular song "Three Little Pigs" which was based on the fairy tale of the same name.
The song appeared on the album Cereal Killer which was released in 1992. The song was then re-released as a single after Kraft forced them to change their name. The song stayed on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 20 weeks and it peaked at the number 17 spot.
Cereal Killer was originally released as a video-only album, and it was later released as a CD in 1993 as the Cereal Killer Soundtrack. The music video for the song "Three Little Pigs" was a claymation short that was directed by Fred Stuhr, who also directed the video for "Sober" by Tool.
Fits like a modern unisex adult large. There is some light discoloration on the graphic, see pics.