Supreme-Black Sabbath, Washed Blue Denim Trucker Jacket, is adorn with front button closure, side and chest pockets. The printed patch on back represents "Evil Woman (Don't Play Your Games with Me)" a song written and recorded by Minneapolis band named, Crow. The original Crow version released in 1969 on Side B of the album "Crow Music." In 1970 Black Sabbath covered the song, under the name "Wicked Woman" which originally was to be on Sabbath's debut album, "Black Sabbath." Even though this was Sabbath's first single, "Evil Woman" didn't make the debut album and was replaced by "Wicked World". "Evil Woman" officially released in the U.S for the first time in 2002, on compilation Symptom of the Universe: The Original Black Sabbath 1970-1978. No one has been able to figure out where the artwork came from or knows the name of this mysterious witchy woman shown on the cover of Sabbath’s debut disc. The trucker jacket also comes with a pin in the same image. Black Sabbath music spans nearly five decades, they have earned their standing as the godfathers of heavy metal. The Supreme Black Sabbath collection released on March 31, 2016.
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