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It tells of the fictional Spinal Tap, one of England's loudest bands, who are chronicled by film director Marty DeBergi on what proves to be a fateful tour.
In Spinal Tap, where everything goes to 11, that's what it's like.
Guest's breakthrough film, "This Is Spinal Tap," was only a modest success at the box office.
The seven minute short marks iTunes' first original film, where Spinal Tap, having put Stonehenge on the map in their legendary song about the world heritage site, pay their first visit to the monument.
The band created for the 1984 spoof rockumentary, This is Spinal Tap, unveiled the contenders battling for a place in the annual hall of fame.
Doe bravely picked up the pedestrian pace into the bend out of the back straight with 4f to run and was rewarded by hanging on in a three-way photo with Spinal Tap and Medieval Maiden.
Never taken seriously by the 1970s music press and widely regarded as the role model for spoof band Spinal Tap, Uriah Heep is nevertheless one of Britain's greatest rock outfits.
Getting to the root of serious vision problems may involve MRI scans, a spinal tap, and other tests to definitely diagnose MS and rule out other, rarer possibilities.
For example, Lombreglia borrows Gunther's successful screenplay idea--"bars scenes, motorcycle scenes, dressing room scenes, rehearsal scenes, groupie love scenes, and the monster victory-concert scene at the end" (330)--from Rob Reiner's 1984 mock "rockumentary" This is Spinal Tap.
Many of their antics could come straight from the 1984 spoof rock documentary This Is Spinal Tap, including endless wind-ups and mickey-taking about their standing as the world's biggest band.
Using This Is Spinal Tap and Bob Roberts as their models, the two actor-writers enlisted Oscar winner--and former acting classmate--Mira Sorvino as producer and actor-director Griffin Dunne as director.