Today we celebrate the March 2, 1984 release of one of history’s most acclaimed documentaries … nay, “rockumentaries,” ‘This is Spinal Tap,’ which for the first time told the amazing story of one of England’s most powerful, exuberant, and punctual rock bands: Spinal Tap.
Released in March 1984, Rob Reiner's 'This Is Spinal Tap' is a comedic film about a fictional British heavy metal band. Considered one of the best music-related movies ever, 'Tap' wasn't an immediate hit.
Actor Michael McKean, best known to rock fans for his portrayal of David St. Hubbins in the classic 1982 "mockumentary," 'This is Spinal Tap,' was struck by a car Tuesday (May 22) in New York City. McKean suffered a broken leg.
The classic 1984 mockumentary 'This is Spinal Tap' features a “historical” look into the fictional band's back catalog, wherein they recount having to release an album with an all-black cover (hello, Metallica!) when their original concept, pictured be
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