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A Clothing line started by Pete Wentz of the band Fall Out Boy and Fueled By Ramen Records.
Pete looks hot in that shirt from Clandestine Industries.
by michelle August 20, 2004
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stated on the website: "clandestine is not a clothing company. it is not a band. it is a story based on a nightmare."

it started to put out a book, The Boy With The Thorn In His Side, based on a recurring nightmare Pete had as a child. Pete is the bass player from Fall Out Boy, and so much more.
The Clandestine Industries logos are full of bats.
by jodie March 26, 2005
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a fabulous clothing indutry started by Pete Wentz and fueled by ramen record label. With bat/heart skulls as logos it makes this clothing label the best around. Expensive but good clothes
" Hey look at that guy his shirt is obviously made by clandestine industries"
by katerz April 24, 2006
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the scene is already too saturated with clothing companies with bad designs and horrible bands. clandestine is an attack on these stale ideas of nautical stars and pogo parts. clandestine is not a clothing company. it is not a band. it is a story based on a nightmare. the book will be released on Halloween 2004. it is called "clandestine industries presents: the boy with the thorn in his side".


The Book:
This is a story based on the real nightmares of Peter Wentz, lyricist and bass player from the band Fall Out Boy. The memories of these nightmares have stayed with him since he was young. Putting them on paper was a form of closure, as well as a way to relive them (again and again). With the visual inspiration of world famous tattoo artist Tim Biedron, these images came to life. Illustrated by Joe Tesauro with intense colors by Rob Dobi, the pictures tell the story that kept the young Peter Wentz awake at night. It is dark and it is twisted. It is for every heart that is too heavy for the legs that carry it.

--from clandestineindustries.com
"I wore this Clandestine shirt and all I got were these lousy scene points."
by Jennie April 16, 2005
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