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Napalm Death - 'Life?' T-Shirt, purchased from Napalm gig at Birmingham Academy, December 2002.
Ozzy 1986 tour t-shirt, bought at Birmingham Odeon gig.
A rare Ozzy T-shirt from 1991. The print used to glow in the dark.
This is a school picture of me and my brother from about 1984. Just visible is my Black Sabbath T-shirt and his AC/DC one. Though I was only 9 at the time I can clearly remember asking to be bought the T-shirts while we were on holiday in Blackpool, or was that Bridlington? At that time I don't think either of us particularly owned or listened to our own music and I'm pretty sure we didn't know who Sabbath or AC/DC were so the only explanation I have for wanting those shirts was because they looked cool! Mine had a picture of the grim reaper on the front and his a man being electrocuted. 26 years later though and I can honestly say I love Sabbath and can't think of a cooler picture of me as a kid...well there is that one of us in Scarborough standing with Darth Vader.
Judas Priest T-shirt from the 1991 USA summer tour, promoting the awesome Painkiller album. Features the classic album cover artwork by Mark Wilkinson.
Me in my rare Russian T
1990 tour t-shirt purchased at Wolverhampton Civic Hall gig
Black Sabbath Reunion tour t-shirt from 1999. Only available in the U.S.
Led Zep T-shirt bought from Virgin Records store in the late 90's
Mothers t shirt
Dehumanizer t shirt
Obtained just outside the venue. This gig was the first time Black Sabbath had played the Wizard in a long time.
From the American leg of the 1992 Dehumanizer tour. This is an early version of a t shirt that later appeared with the text Black Sabbath added.
T-shirt from the ‘Operation Rock & Roll’ Tour that travelled around the states in 1991. The tour was made up completely from Sony (and affiliated labels) recording artists: Judas Priest, Alice Cooper, Motorhead, Dangerous Toys and Metal Church.
As seen in the Johnny Be Good video shoot.
Heaven & Hell tour tshirt. The tour stretched from April 1980 well into 1981.
Note: This isn't much of a collection yet, unfortunately Black Sabbath T-shirts are pretty scarce around here. Anyway, the first one I bought was the Vol 4 one (can't remember the year), latest is the "World Tour 1978" one, which I got a coupla months ago.
From my second time of seeing Black Sabbath.