OINGO BOINGO T-Shirt wanted!

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Loretta, Sep 2, 2017.

  1. Loretta


    Jun 22, 2014
    Hamburg, Germany
    does anyone here know where to get one of those shirts?
    I'm especially looking for one like this, but without the band name, only the "skull".
    It's absolutely impossible to get these in Germany.

    Thanks in advance
  2. Loretta


    Jun 22, 2014
    Hamburg, Germany
    :woot: so quickly...can't believe...so easy, after years searching... :hyper: just ordered one!

    @SundanceChile , are you an OB "fan"? This band seems to be forgotten.
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  3. wjl


    Jul 18, 2017
    near Frankfurt, Germany
    endorsing nothing except maybe free and open source stuff, like Linux
    @Loretta well I find them good. Songs like "Nasty Habits" remind me of Kurt Weill... some others like "What you see is what you get" are pure genius as well.
  4. Ohhhh yeah. Studied Musical Composition in college and fell in love with Elfman's eccentric writing.

    I might have to order one as well...
  5. Loretta


    Jun 22, 2014
    Hamburg, Germany
    Ya, "genius", "eccentric", "unique" - these words come in mind when thinking of OB. There were many bands I liked in my earlier days. Things have changed, I have changed - but I can still listen to (Oingo) Boingo. It even makes me a little proud that I "discovered" the band before Danny Elfman became so famous. It was in the mid-80s, a neighbour made me listen to them. He was working in a TV studio, maybe he could foresee what would happen.
    Well, who knows - it's great to talk to OB-lovers here! :thumbsup:
    I'll post a pic with "T". :D
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  6. Picton


    Aug 16, 2017
    Reading, MA
    Best band ever. No question.
  7. Loretta


    Jun 22, 2014
    Hamburg, Germany
    Jeeze, forgot this - to much to do these days, no time to hang around here.
    So here are 2 pics:
    T-shirt Oingo Boingo -1.JPG T-shirt Oingo Boingo -2.JPG
    Sorry for the "rotation", don't know how to keep them from turning...

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