This black tee commemorates Van Halen's phenomenal 1984 album - still considered one of the most quintessential rock albums ever!
1984 was successful not only because it contained monstrous radio and MTV hits, but also because it incorporated synthesizers into the mix, the first hard rock album to do so to any serious extent. Songs like "Jump" and "I'll Wait" contain a pop element that gave 1984 truly mainstream appeal, and David Lee Roth turned the frontman role into an art form on songs and videos such as "Panama," and "Hot for Teacher." Even the deep tracks such as "Drop Dead Legs," "Girl Gone Bad," and "House Of Pain" are revered by fans.
1984 was the year for Van Halen, and to a large extent, it was 1984 that set the standard for '80s pop metal, and David Lee Roth who set the standard for the aggressively good-time attitude most pop-metal bands took for their own.
REGULAR FIT. 100% Pre-shrunk Cotton.
|SIZE||Across Chest||Down Back|
How we measured:
With the shirt laid flat, we measured from armpit to armpit (across). For "down back" we started at the very top of the neck (in the center), straight down to the bottom edge of the shirt.
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