Tuesday, November 11, 2008

The Who Apparel: Accept No Substitute

"Substitute" by The Who

The video above features the original members of the rock band, The Who, including the late, great, Keith Moon, the drummer. Moon died in 1978 and although The Who soldiered on with substitute drummers and continued to record and tour, many believe that the group was never the same. Ask those same people and they'll tell you that Moon was the greatest rock music drummer ever.

Sadly, he is gone and we cannot change that, however he is not forgotten. Now with this official The Who apparel and merchandise, we can reunite the four lads together again, including the more recently deceased bassist, John Entwistle. Don't get fooled again by knockoff merchandise and accept no substitute for the real thing. These t-shirts and other swag have been officially licensed by the band through its Zazzle gallery, giving generations of fans an outlet to show their love for a legendary band.

The Who: "Complete Silence" poster
In association with Zazzle.com

The Who is not the only band to recently partner up with Zazzle. ZZ Top, Kiss and Alice Cooper are just a few of the big names to join up and feature their likenesses on memorabilia.

ZZ Top: "Legs"

ZZ Top: "Eliminator" print
In association with Zazzle.com

ZZ Top: Gold Logo t-shirt
In association with Zazzle.com

Alice Cooper: "Along Came A Spider"

Alice Cooper: "Certificate of Insanity"

In association with Zazzle.com

Kiss: "Detroit Rock City"

Here is a softer side of Kiss that maybe some people don't know about.

Kiss: "Beth"

Kiss: "Destroyer" poster
In association with Zazzle.com

Oh, and how many of you kids out there know that Kiss made a movie a long time ago. Here is the first part. You'll have to search for the other parts yourselves.

Kiss meets The Phantom of the Park

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