In 1986, two decades after he started The Velvet Underground, Lou Reed released his 14th solo album Mistrial. The record, which was produced by Reed himself and band member Fernando Saunders, was a success. It went to #47 in the US and #69 in the UK. The album produced two singles, both of which had music videos, "The Original Wrapper" and "No Money Down." And, of course, to support the album, Reed went out on the road, playing songs from all over his impressive career. This original Lou Reed shirt, nicely worn in great condition, is a parking lot boot sold on his Mistrial tour from 1986.