Vintage Nothing Can Compare Fanzine "Striving To Inspire The Youth" T-Shirt

Nothing Can Compare was a hardcore fanzine done by Crucial John Scharbach, the singer of Breakthrough and Give. John began compiling in the zine in 1999 but the first issue didn't come out until 2001 because Kev Insted was too hard to track down. Scharbach got Kev's secretary's number from a friend and was able to complete the interview after months of waiting. Also included in the first issue were interviews with Tim McMahon with Mouthpiece, Zach from Knockdown, and Youngblood Records. The first copies, which were printed crudely at John's uncle's office after work hours, were sold outside of the Burn, American Nightmare, Full Contact at the First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia. Scharbach put out a tape compilation and began working on a second issue, interview Stop And Think and Project X, but it eventually fell apart. Scharbach would go on to do another zine, Mosher's Delight. This original Nothing Can Compare shirt, in great condition with a few light spots and marks, is a rare four-sided tee from the great hardcore fanzine.

50% Cotton 50% Polyester 

Dimensions: 22" Wide by 27.50" Long 

Tag Size: L

Country of Origin: Made in Mexico

Brand: Hanes Heavyweight 50/50