Discharge, the seminal anarchist UK punk band, formed in 1977. They released their first single in 1980. In 1981, Anti Cimex formed in Sweden where they worshipped at the altar of Discharge. They took the drum beat Discharge drummer Tez Roberts invented, the D-Beat, and ran with it creating an entire scene. Anti Cimex were around for just over a decade and in that time released a batch of EPs and a few short LPs that would go on to define D-Beat. Their debut LP, 1990's Absolut Country Of Sweden, was released on CBR Records. The album was reissued in 2000 with the Absolut Vodka reference notably missing. This original early 90s Anti Cimex single stitch shirt, in great condition, features a reference to "Fear My Nerves" a song of Absolut Country Of Sweden.