The amazing goth post-punk group The Cure were largely introduced to the world with the album Boys Don't Cry. The thing is, the record was largely an invention of the band's label. You see, Robert Smith and company released their debut Three Imaginary Boys in 1979 but the album was only released in the band's home, England. And so, people heard the band's early work in all its glory across the world. The Cure, who are still active today, went on to become one of the biggest names in music, with infectiously poppy yet morose songs across a slew of amazing albums. This original Cure shirt, thin and soft in great worn-in condition, is from 1986. Fits like a large but please refer to our measurements for exact sizing.