90s Jane's Addiction Ritual De Lo Habitual Tour t-shirt Large

$999.99 USD

Chest 21 in.

Length 25.5 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Brockum

This sweet vintage shirt is for the alternative rock band Jane's Addiction, and it commemorates the promotional tour for their album Ritual de lo Habitual. This was only the group's second studio album, but many fans thought is was also going to be their last. Tensions were high going into the Ritual de lo Habitual tour. Founding members Perry Farrell and Eric Avery were already butting heads and the album's lengthy tour didn't help the matter.

A breakup was inevitable, so the band launched what they considered to be their farewell tour. Part of this included the first ever Lollapalooza festival, which was an idea conceived by Farrell. The group played alongside an impressive collection of other cult musicians like Siouxsie and the Banshees, Nine Inch Nails, the Butthole Surfers, and the Rollins Band. However they couldn't even make it through the first show of the festival without a fight breaking out between Ferrell and guitarist Dave Navarro.

Despite all this turmoil, Ritual de lo Habitual was a smash hit that went certified double platinum in the US. In just a single month the album managed to sell 500,000 copies, and some popular singles included "Been Caught Stealing" and "Stop!" If the band was going out, at least they were going out on a high note, but there wound up being multiple Jane's Addiction reunions following their 1991 break up. The group has even released new music over the past few decades, including the albums Strays and The Greats Escape Artist.

Fits like a modern unisex adult large. There is a repair on the front and some paint stains, see pics.