This is our selection of beautiful Bush merchandise. These items would be wonderful in your home, and they make great gifts.

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We offer a wide selection of items in every conceivable category (art, movies, music, television, travel, etc.):   posters, prints, photos,   t-shirts,   magnets,   life-size standups,   tin signs,   calendars,   frames,   wall decals,   limited editions,   canvas art,   giclees,   wall murals,   wall tapestries,   and other merchandise.

Bush is a British grunge band formed in 1991. Their debut was a self-released album named Sixteen Stone; it was released in 1994.

In Canada, they were once known as BushX, because a 1970s rock band, led by Domenic Troiano, owned the Canadian rights to the name Bush. In April 1997, it was announced that Troiano had agreed to let the them use the name Bush in Canada without the letter X, in exchange for donating $20,000 each to the Starlight Foundation and the Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund.

In Iraq before the fall of Saddam Hussein's government, radio referred to the band as "B-U-S-H", spelling out the name of the band so as not to seem to refer to either U.S. President, George H. W. Bush or George W. Bush.

In 2005 the band decided to drop its name because it was leading to confusion between them and George W. Bush (whom they're not fans of) and decided to go by the name of Institute.


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