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Motorhead Handpicked 2021 Funko Pop Albums Ace of Spades w Lemmy Figure in Case #08

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  • Motorhead Handpicked 2021 Funko Pop Albums Ace of Spades w Lemmy Figure in Case #08

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Motorhead Handpicked 2021 Funko Pop Albums Ace of Spades w Lemmy Figure in Case #08

$15.00
Shipping in mid to late Juen. Reserve yours now.
  • Release your inner rocker and celebrate the timeless album!
  • It's all winning with this Pop! Albums of Ace of Spades
  • Features Lemmy in his outfit from MOTÖRHEAD's classic 1980 album.
  • Handpicked for best condition Pop! Album.

Celebrate an iconic moment of music history! This Motorhead Ace of Spades Pop! Album Figure with Case includes the album's cover art and a Pop! Vinyl Figure. It comes packaged in a window display box complete with a hard case!
The case measures approximately 9 1/4-inches x 8 3/4-inches x 3 1/2-inches

 If you like to gamble, I tell you I'm your man
You win some, lose some, it's all the same to me

Ace of Spades is the fourth studio album by British rock band Motorhead, released on 8 November 1980 via Bronze Records. It is the band's most commercially successful album, peaking at number four on the UK Albums Chart and reaching gold status in the UK by March 1981. It was preceded by the release of the title track as a single on 27 October, which peaked in the UK Singles Chart at No. 15 in early November.

In 2020, the album was ranked at 408 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list.

Like the song "Shoot You in the Back", the Ace of Spades artwork employs a classic wild west motif. Originally the idea for the album cover was to have it in a sepia tone and have gunfighters at a card table, but the band decided against it. They decided instead to have themselves in the desert dressed as cowboys. The 'Arizona desert-style pictures used on the album sleeve and tour program were taken during a photo session at a sandpit in Barnet. Each of their cowboy outfits was based on a different type of Western protagonist. Eddie was based on Clint Eastwood's character, The Man with No Name from the Dollars Trilogy. Phil's costume was based on Marlon Brando's character in One-Eyed Jacks. Lemmy's costume was claimed by Phil to be inspired by Bret Maverick from the TV show Maverick. Contrary to popular belief, the sky was not real and was airbrushed in due to it being very cloudy that day

 "For the late Motorhead founder, this will be his third Funko doll and first as part of the brand's "album" series, which aims to recreate the looks rockers sported during the time a particular album was released. For Lemmy, he gets the Ace of Spades treatment, outfitted as the outlaw seen on the cover of the breakthrough 1980 album. Past iterations include Lem with sunglasses on and holding a cigarette while the other is an onstage replica, bass in hand. The band's iconic Snaggletooth even has its own Funko figure". - LOUDER

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Shipping in mid to late Juen. Reserve yours now.
  • Release your inner rocker and celebrate the timeless album!
  • It's all winning with this Pop! Albums of Ace of Spades
  • Features Lemmy in his outfit from MOTÖRHEAD's classic 1980 album.
  • Handpicked for best condition Pop! Album.

Celebrate an iconic moment of music history! This Motorhead Ace of Spades Pop! Album Figure with Case includes the album's cover art and a Pop! Vinyl Figure. It comes packaged in a window display box complete with a hard case!
The case measures approximately 9 1/4-inches x 8 3/4-inches x 3 1/2-inches

 If you like to gamble, I tell you I'm your man
You win some, lose some, it's all the same to me

Ace of Spades is the fourth studio album by British rock band Motorhead, released on 8 November 1980 via Bronze Records. It is the band's most commercially successful album, peaking at number four on the UK Albums Chart and reaching gold status in the UK by March 1981. It was preceded by the release of the title track as a single on 27 October, which peaked in the UK Singles Chart at No. 15 in early November.

In 2020, the album was ranked at 408 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list.

Like the song "Shoot You in the Back", the Ace of Spades artwork employs a classic wild west motif. Originally the idea for the album cover was to have it in a sepia tone and have gunfighters at a card table, but the band decided against it. They decided instead to have themselves in the desert dressed as cowboys. The 'Arizona desert-style pictures used on the album sleeve and tour program were taken during a photo session at a sandpit in Barnet. Each of their cowboy outfits was based on a different type of Western protagonist. Eddie was based on Clint Eastwood's character, The Man with No Name from the Dollars Trilogy. Phil's costume was based on Marlon Brando's character in One-Eyed Jacks. Lemmy's costume was claimed by Phil to be inspired by Bret Maverick from the TV show Maverick. Contrary to popular belief, the sky was not real and was airbrushed in due to it being very cloudy that day

 "For the late Motorhead founder, this will be his third Funko doll and first as part of the brand's "album" series, which aims to recreate the looks rockers sported during the time a particular album was released. For Lemmy, he gets the Ace of Spades treatment, outfitted as the outlaw seen on the cover of the breakthrough 1980 album. Past iterations include Lem with sunglasses on and holding a cigarette while the other is an onstage replica, bass in hand. The band's iconic Snaggletooth even has its own Funko figure". - LOUDER