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Vintage Nine Inch Nails "Now I'm Nothing" Puffy Ink T-Shirt

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Nine Inch Nails are an industrial rock band from Cleveland, OH founded in 1988 by multi-instrumentalist Trent Reznor. The band found fast success with the release of their first album, Pretty Hate Machine, in 1989. In 1991, NIN were part of the first ever Lollapalooza tour. On that run, the band played the song "Now I'm Nothing" as an introduction to the track "Terrible Lie." "Now I'm Nothing" was never properly recorded, but a live recording of it did end up on the band's 1997 tour documentary Closure. This original two-sided Nine Inch Nails shirt, in great condition with minor cracking on the print, features a nod to the band's early 90s unreleased song, "Now I'm Nothing."

Dimensions: 21.25" Wide by 24.75" Long 

Tag Size: L

Country of Origin: Made in U.S.A.

Brand: All Sport Pro Weight

 

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