90s R.E.M. Monster Fish X Ray LS t-shirt Extra Large

Chest: 25 in.

Length: 26 in.

Sleeve: 20.5 in. 

Content: 98% Cotton, 2% other fiber

Tag Brand: Fruit of the Loom

This vintage oversized R.E.M. long sleeve tee shows a fish X-ray on the front from their album, Monster, released in 1994. As the group's ninth studio album, Monster saw a stylistic shift for the rock band, led by the single, "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" as well as singles "Bang and Blame," "Strange Currencies," and "Tongue." The album featured distorted guitar sounds and references of 70s glam rock. The back of the shirt features film photographs of an ant atop a small house. 

In 1995, R.E.M. departed on their Monster Tour, their first tour after a six-year hiatus, performing throughout the United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan with supporting acts Sonic Youth and Radiohead. 

This shirt fits like a modern unisex adult Extra Large. It has a mark on the back of sleeve, see pics.



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