About This Shirt
In 1877, Thomas Alva Edison unveiled his newest invention, the phonograph. It was the first device that could reproduce recorded sound for all to enjoy. By the turn of the century, it was modified to play gramophone records as opposed to the phonograph cylinders. After a few improvements made by Alexander Graham Bell, the turntable was born. After a surge in vinyl record sales in 2008, this seemingly-antiquated device has become a treasure to audiophiles and DJs across the nation. Crank up that phonograph and relax with some vinyl records such as the works of Leo Sayer, Bob Newhart, Air Supply, Starship, Phil Collins, Stryper, Debby Boone, Sandi Patty, Poison, Lawrence Welk, Linda Ronstadt, Queensryche, The Osmonds, LaToya Jackson, Andy Gibb, 2ge+her, X-Japan, AxCx, and the "Saint Elmo's Fire" soundtrack. Get down, get rocking, and enjoy the music that speaks to your soul on the preferred music player, the phonograph. Wear this bitchin phonograph tee shirt to show the other audiophiles that you respect the past and know your roots. This exclusive image looks great on a variety tee shirts, hooded sweatshirts, and tank tops so be sure to get this Strange Cargo exclusive right away to show that you are a fashionable motherfucker.
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