The British band Stereolab released Cobra And Phases, their sixth album, in 1999. The band had formed at the beginning of the decade and had grown to be one of the most interesting and exciting acts. They incorporated elements of easy listening, krautrock, and jazz to create something all their own. Cobra And Phases was produced by Jim O'Rourke, who was a late-era member of Sonic Youth and who also produced records for Wilco, Smog, and John Fahey among many others. The record was released by Duophonic in the UK and by major label Elektra in the US. This original Stereolab shirt, with light fade and wear in excellent condition, is from when the band released Cobra And Phases in 1999.