Vintage Bad Religion "Stranger Than Fiction" Brilliant Crew T-Shirt
After a decade of releasing their own records on Epitaph, Bad Religion signed to major label in Atlantic in 1994 with the release of their tenth album Stranger Than Fiction. Bad Religion had ruled the underground since they formed in 1980, creating and then redefining the SoCal punk sound many times over. The record ended up being the last with founding member Brett Gurewitz for some time as he left the band right before their world tour started. He was replaced by Minor Threat's Brian Baker. Stranger Than Fiction went to #87 on the Billboard Charts and sold well throughout the world, eventually earning its spot as a fan favorite. This original Bad Religions shirt, heavily faded with a small pinhole, is a crew shirt from the band's 1994 European tour in support of Stranger Than Fiction.