Jimmy Quadrophenia Hoodie
Jimmy Quadrophenia Hoodie featuring original drawing by Mark Reynolds.
This hoodie is available in a wide range of colours and sizes and is printed using the newest direct to garment printing methods. T-Shirts in this design are also available
- Ultra contemporary hooded sweat in premium 3 layer fabric for a fuller, more substantial and luxurious hand feel
- Flat, chunky drawcords with buttonhole eyelets
- Double layer hood with coverseamed drawcord channels
- Wider hem and cuff construction
- Slimmer shoulders and leaner arms with front facing shoulder seams
- Coverseamed armholes, cuffs and hems
- Herringbone neck tape
- MP3 earphone access
Quadrophenia is the sixth studio album by English rock band The Who. Released on 19 October 1973 by Track and Polydor in the United Kingdom, and Track and MCAin the United States, it is a double album, and the group’s second rock opera. Its story involves social, musical and psychological happenings from an English teenage perspective, set in London and Brighton in 1965.
The name is a variation on the popular usage of the medical diagnostic term schizophrenia as dissociative identity disorder, to reflect the four distinct personalities of Jimmy, the opera’s protagonist – each said to represent the personality of one member of The Who. At the same time, the title is a play on the term quadrophonic sound, then a recent invention. Composer Pete Townshend has said: “The whole conception of Quadrophenia was geared to quadraphonic, but in a creative sort of way. I mean I wanted themes to sort of emerge from corners. So you start to get the sense of the fourness being literally speaker for speaker.”