CCR Was The First Punk Band shirts

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CCR Was The First Punk Band shirts

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So stoked on this collaboration with Bread&Water Printshop! Go check em out!

“Another thing that pisses me off, talking about who started punk rock music. Was it...the Sex Pistols in England? Was it... the Ramones and the Velvet Underground in New York? "It was the Ramones!", "It was the Sex Pistols!" Who cares who started it?! It's music. I don't know who started it, and I don't give a shit.”

-that dude from SLC Punk


Much respect to all the punk wannabes of the 1970s but CCR was the first punk band. It’s on a t-shirt now, so it’s fact. Fast beats, politically charged lyrics and years long legal battles with record labels as well as bandmates; what could be more punk?

Pictured is John Fogerty and the rest of the Credence boys tastefully placed upon the bodies of a lil known obscure band from Queens, NY; The Ramones. Buy this shirt and you’ll be the “Fortunate Son”. Or won’t be depending on how you interpret those lyrics.

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So stoked on this collaboration with Bread&Water Printshop! Go check em out!

 

“Another thing that pisses me off, talking about who started punk rock music. Was it...the Sex Pistols in England? Was it... the Ramones and the Velvet Underground in New York? "It was the Ramones!", "It was the Sex Pistols!" Who cares who started it?! It's music. I don't know who started it, and I don't give a shit.”

-that dude from SLC Punk

 

Much respect to all the punk wannabes of the 1970s but CCR was the first punk band. It’s on a t-shirt now, so it’s fact. Fast beats, politically charged lyrics and years long legal battles with record labels as well as bandmates; what could be more punk?

Pictured is John Fogerty and the rest of the Credence boys tastefully placed upon the bodies of a lil known obscure band from Queens, NY; The Ramones. Buy this shirt and you’ll be the “Fortunate Son”. Or won’t be depending on how you interpret those lyrics.