Nerdy alt-rockers Weezer released their sophomore record Pinkerton on the DGC label in 1996. The band had won mainstream success with this first self-titled album, released in 1994, and followed it up with a quirkier, weirder, more personal album. While the record initially performed well on the Billboard charts, it was met with mixed reviews and ultimately didn't meet the band's and label's expectations. Weezer went on hiatus after the record and bassist Matt Sharp left the band. They reformed in 2001 and have been active ever since. The initially-contentious Pinkerton has retroactively been deemed the band's finest work by fans and critics alike. This original two-sided Weezer shirt, in great condition, is from when the band was touring on their sophomore album, Pinkerton.