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Marc Bolan (born Mark Feld; 30 September 1947 – 16 September 1977) was an English singer-songwriter, musician, guitarist, and poet. He was best known as the lead singer of the glam rock band T. Rex. Bolan was one of the pioneers of the glam rock movement of the 1970s.

FOX 66IL: Marc Bolan died, aged 29, from injuries sustained when his purple Mini, driven by his girlfriend Gloria Jones, crashed. Coincidentally the registration number of the car was FOX 661L and within the lyrics of his single "Solid Gold Easy Action" are the lines "Easy as picking foxes from a tree" and "Woman from the east with her headlights shining".This is one of many supposed 'prophesies' surrounding Marc Bolan's death.

DANDY IN THE UNDERWORLD: was regarded by many T. Rex fans as a comeback for the band. However, it would prove to be the band's final album, as Marc Bolan died in a car crash in September 1977. Dandy in the Underworld was released on 11 March 1977. It was launched at London's leading punk rock venue The Roxy.

1977: He had mentioned a few times that he probably wouldn’t live to be thirty, he died on September 16th 1977 ,two weeks before his 30th birthday. Marc Bolan had released a single Celebrate Summer, with the lyrics: “summer is heaven in 77” which adds to the list of theories that he had predicted his own death.

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A mystery sweatshirt is a sweatshirt dedicated to an iconic person by 3 embroidered clues.

The sweatshirt comes either in black with white embroideries or grey with black embroideries.

There is a catalogue of almost 200 people available for order, with icons of art, music, literature, fashion, cinema and crime.

We have been making these sweatshirts for almost 5 years and they have been our best selling products. People love them as they are a clever and well designed way to pay homage to all these inspiring legends. All the clues are carefully researched, these sweatshirts make a really special and thoughtful present. 

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