In 1991, The Cure was a world's way from their humble beginnings. At that point, the goth rockers were massively successful, playing stadiums and releasing multi-Platinum records. Each of the eight albums they had released up until that point had built upon the last, but that's not to say the early stuff wasn't good. Everyone still loves their debut album, Three Imaginary Boys. It was released in 1979 on Fiction Records and saw the band displaying their sound for the first time, Robert Smith's pained crooning over the melancholy, minimalist guitar work. For a London show in 1991, the band honored their debut by putting a reference to it on a t-shirt. While the record predates the show by over a decade, and while the show is over three decades old now, the combination of both on this amazing and trippy shirt is timeless. This original Cure Three Imaginary Boys shirt from 1991 is lightly worn in excellent condition.