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The Majesty of Rock


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The Majesty of Spinal Tap

What a Great Music Video!! If you like tenacious D (maybe minus the cussing) you might want to check this video out! Great guest appearances by the late Roy Orbinson, Janis Joplin, and even Buddy Holly! One Very (short but sweet) Blistering Guitar SOLO. Pretty decent vocals too! go ahead and BUY IT, you'll be GLAD YOU DID "and all that you can do Is Just surrender!!! to the majesty of rock..." I won't spoil the rest. Enjoy They need a mock and roll hall of fame!

A comment by Dr. Ronald Chevalier.

Exceeds in every way, shape, and form. David St. Hubbins is clearly a master of his art.

Rush on !

Nothing like these guys! Love Spinal Tap ! Been loving them since the movie came out...A classic video, and should be owned by any Tap fan ! Cheers ! :)


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Although originally conceived as the fictional subject of a music documentary, Spinal Tap became a real band — a parody heavy metal band, to be exact — following the film's release. The joke began with the release of 1984's This Is Spinal Tap, a satirical Rob Reiner film starring actors Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, and Harry Shearer. The film, which poked fun at groups like Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith, cast the comics as members of a wacky, ill-minded '70s band facing a popularity...
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