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WWE Officially Release Triple H x MOTORHEAD Vinyl

Triple HHH?!

A few months back, WWE legend Triple H revealed a limited edition vinyl was in the works featuring all of his theme songs, including Motorhead contributions, "The Game," "King of Kings," and the "Evolution" theme. The vinyl is official and is available for pre-order.

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WWE Shop lists the item for $34.98, and it features one disc, two sides, with all of Triple H's entrance themes (including the Jim Johnston produced DX theme and his old school "My Time" theme).

The description reads: "It's Time To Play The Game!". From the first few seconds of Triple H's entrance music, it was clear that Triple H & Motörhead were a perfect combination. The London-based rock band were instrumental in creating the music that lent itself to endless memorable entrances from The Cerebral Assasin. Whether it's "The Game", "King of Kings", or "Line In The Sand", the vocals of the late, great Lemmy Kilmister were in perfect harmony with the power & intensity of Triple H. Now, Triple H & Motörhead are joining forces one more time, with the release of their vinyl album "Evolution Of The Game"!

Also, notably WWE released a line of licensed Motorhead x Triple H combo shirts, but apparently whomever designed it is bad at math because they say "Triple HHH" at the bottom. That's 9 H's! View the whole collection here.

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