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Item specifics

Condition:
New without tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) that is not in ...
Pattern:
Solid
Sleeve Length:
Short Sleeve
Character:
E.T.
Neckline:
Round Neck
Size:
XL
Color:
Black
Featured Graphics:
ET
Accents:
Logo
Vintage:
No
Brand:
E.T.
Fit:
Regular
Size Type:
Regular
Graphic Print:
Yes
Type:
T-Shirt
Department:
Men
Style:
Graphic Tee
Theme:
Movie & TV
Features:
All Seasons
Character Family:
Amblin, Alien, Full Moon, Movies


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Dwight Yoakam

Dwight Sings Buck

October 23, 2007

Contemporary Country

Dwight Yoakam has never hidden his admiration for Buck Owens (even duetting together on "Streets of Bakersfield," a number one country hit in 1988) so this set of covers is lovingly presented with a fervor that Yoakam can't help but exude. His voice cracks, curls, and whoops are all his own, but the breakneck energy and enthusiasm that the Buckaroos poured into every song are given a fitting tribute.

- Zac Johnson

Minor Threat

Complete Discography

1988

Alternative/Indie Rock

Few hardcore bands of the 1980s made more of the power of sheer belief than Minor Threat, and fewer still were as articulate when the inevitable disappointment of the corruption of their scene made itself known. A pretty remarkable emotional arc, a few great anthems, and the insightful and heartbreaking "Salad Days," all within the space of 47 minutes. There's a lot to be said for concision.

- Mark Deming