In 1996, Beck, the Los Angeles-based anti-folk artist turned quirky indie rocker, released Odelay, his fifth album. Beck had had success a few years earlier with the song "Loser," but he didn't have an entire album that cemented his place in the scene. He needed to prove he wasn't just a one-hit wonder. Odelay not only did that, it catapulted him into the mainstream, going multi-Platinum since its release. In 1997, Beck toured in support of the record the new album, bringing the songs to life in front of massive audiences. This original Beck shirt, deadstock in excellent condition, is from his 1997 tour in support of Odelay.