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Poll: Which other Bad Brains album cover would make the best t-shirt?

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By Chris Richards

Tonight, hardcore punk legend H.R. of Bad Brains is scheduled to visit Washington street wear boutique Commonwealth to help launch a clothing line and sign some autographs.

Would it be crazy to predict that at least one in three attendees will be wearing a Bad Brains t-shirt? Namely, the one emblazoned with that iconic lightning-striking-the-Capitol-Dome illustration that adorned the cover of the group's 1982 self-titled album? Nope. Not crazy at all. So ubiquitous is this t-shirt in Washington, even President Obama's supporters have appropriated it.

But if we were forced to don yet another album-cover-design-turned-t-shirt-design, which Bad Brains album would provide the best look?


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By Chris Richards  | November 2, 2010; 3:20 PM ET
Categories:  Polls  | Tags:  Bad Brains  
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