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Vintage Mentors "Get Up And Die" T-Shirt

The Mentors are a shocking punk band from Seattle, WA founded in 1976. The band wrote purposefully offensive and crude songs, so rude in fact that their lyrics were read aloud on the Senate floor when the "Parental Advisory" sticker was brought into existence. The band, which was led by the late singer El Duce until his death in 1997, has released many records and singles. They recorded their song "Get Up And Die" several different times, for albums like Sex, Drugs, N Rock'n'Roll and for singles like their self-titled 7". This Mentors shirt, in excellent condition, is a late 90s record store shirt featuring the art from their 1982 self-titled 7" as well as a nod to their song "Get Up And Die." 

Dimensions: 19.50" Wide by 26" Long 

Tag Size: M

Country of Origin: Made in Honduras

Brand: GIldan

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