Shack HMS Fable 90s Indie Brown Black T-Shirt
High quality designed graphic T-Shirt of this superb Shack album. We’ve redrawn the original cover art of Shack’s 1999 album HMS Fable in two colors, black and brown.
Limited edition 25 handnumbered copies only!
Before founding Shack, Michael and John Head were in the cult 1980s band The Pale Fountains, and released two albums, Pacific Street in March 1984 and …From Across The Kitchen Table in March 1985. However, though critically acclaimed, the band ended around 1986 and returned from London to their home town of Liverpool.
The Head brothers soon re-emerged as Shack, signing to the Ghetto Recording Company. Shack’s first album Zilch was released in 1988, but was neither critically nor commercially successful. The album was later re-released on the Red Flag Recording Company label with three extra tracks in 2007.
H.M.S. Fable is the third album by Liverpudlian band Shack, released in June 1999 via London Records. It was the band’s first album following their reformation after the interest generated by their previous much-delayed album Waterpistol and the album by offshoot band The Strands.
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