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VINTAGE 1974 MEET THE RESIDENTS PROMOT-SHIRT
Meet the Residents is the debut studio album by the American avant-garde group The Residents, released on April 1, 1974 through Ralph Records.
Its album cover brought the band to prominence, being a parody of Meet the Beatles!, The Beatles’ second US album release. EMI and Capitol were angry with the cover and threatened to sue (though it is rumored that George Harrison or Ringo Starr loved the cover and bought a copy). Due to the labels’ complaints a 1977 reissue had a different cover, still parodying The Beatles but this time featuring “John Crawfish, George Crawfish, Paul McCrawfish, and Ringo Starfish”, with illustrations of the applicable sea creatures wearing Beatles suits.
TAG BRAND :- HANES
SIZE ON TAG :- LARGE
ACTUAL SIZE MEASUREMENT :-
ARM PIT TO ARM PIT :- 19.5″inches
BACK COLLAR TO HEM :- 26.5″ inches
CONDITION :- GREAT USED CONDITION! A BIT CRACKED PRINTS & NICELY REPAIRED PINHOLES AT THE BACK DUE TO THE AGE!! OVERALL STILL GREAT!!
MATERIAL :- COTTON