90s Living Colour Stain Album Long Sleeve t-shirt Large
Chest 21.5 in.
Length 29 in.
Sleeve 21 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Anvil
This black long sleeve shirt is for the rock band Living Colour and their third studio album, Stain released in 1993. The shirt features a graphic of a brank device that is reminiscent of the brank featured on the album's cover. The sleeves have the bands name running down the sleeve, and the back of the shirt has the album name and year on the bottom of the shirt. The album reached the number 26 spot on the Billboard 200, but it was out of print from the mid 90s into the 2010s. This was the result of a lawsuit filed by Jon Stainbrook of the band The Stain.
Living Colour is a New York based band, whose music is a creative blend of heavy metal, hip hop, jazz, and punk influences. The band's lyrics are both personal and political, sometimes providing a social commentary on racism in America. They are best known for their anthem "Cult of Personality".
the tag says extra large but this shirt fits like a modern unisex adult large