The shirt was cool, but I'm really just using it as a stand-in for everything Oberst did with his old reactivated punk band Desaparecidos. No moment from that set really stands out, but the whole thing just kicked every conceivable level of ass. Read Music/Speak Spanish, the 2002 album that the band is only getting around to following up, has aged awfully well. And while the band's crowd wasn't huge, it was committed; people have been living with these songs for a long time. At this point, Oberst is a way better punk than he is a folkie; he and his band threw themselves into those songs with purpose and conviction. It was a great show where I was expecting a good one, and that can be the best kind.