Exactly 40 years ago, the legendary Australian rock and roll band AC/DC released the seventh album of their career, the classic Back In Black. The album has sold over 50 million copies worldwide and is considered one of the biggest selling hard rock albums ever made.
This new Funko POP! Albums: AC/DC – Back in Black (B&W) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Walmart Exclusive features the iconic black cover album. It comes with an Angus Young Pop! Vinyl Figure, complete with a fitting Black & White finish.
Founded in 1973 and becoming increasingly known for their live energy performances and a discography consistent with six albums, AC/DC seemed to be at their peak when they had to deal with a tragedy that changed the group’s history forever: the death of Bon Scott, the vocalist who left us at the age of 33.
That’s when AC/DC almost ended, but (luckily) went back and decided to move on with a new name on the vocals: Brian Johnson. Five months after Scott’s departure, the Australian band released one of the most important music history records. Back In Black was released on July 25, 1980. The cover (black), the title, and the whole album are a tribute to Scott.
Funko’s new Back in Black Pop! Albums Vinyl Figure is now available for pre-order in the links below.
Funko POP! Albums: AC/DC – Back in Black (B&W) Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Walmart Exclusive
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