Toys R Us sell Iggy Pop action figure
The Victorians had statues we have small plastic figures : Toys R Us sell Iggy Pop action figure
‘Gimme danger little stranger’ he once sang and there was a time when rock n roll had that feline danger.

Now as the years roll by it’s become a toy.

Or more precisely an Iggy Pop action figure which you can order from Toys R Us

I guess there was a always a cartoon element to rock n roll and the IG cannot be blamed for somehow becoming a part of mainstream culture despite never having had a proper hit record. Here he is the ultimate rock n roll frontman commemorated in that very modern way.

The Victorians had statues we have small plastic figures… that’s the future baby…

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