This Is Spinal Tap

While checking out the twitter timeline of mine today, I came accross this trending topic of Spinal Tap. At first, I thought that it was a medical related term or something so I checked out why the heck this medical term is trending. But I am wrong, I mean, its not the medical term that is trending, its the movie of This Is Spinal Tap!

According to the tweets and buzz around, the main reason why SPINAL TAP is trending because Spinal Tap is on Dave and people keeps on tweeting and retweeting about it.

Here are some notable detail and information about This Is Spinal Tap

This Is Spinal Tap Is The Funniest Rock Movie Ever Made!

This is Spinal Tap - IMDB Information

Spinal Tap, the world's loudest band, is chronicled by hack documentarian Marti DeBergi on what proves to be a fateful tour.

In 1982 legendary British heavy metal band Spinal Tap attempt an American comeback tour accompanied by a fan who is also a film-maker. The resulting documentary, interspersed with powerful performances of Tap's pivotal music and profound lyrics, candidly follows a rock group heading towards crisis, culminating in the infamous affair of the eighteen-inch-high Stonehenge stage prop.


This is Spinal Tap - Wikipedia Notes

Stylistically the movie is a parody of rock documentaries, purportedly filmed and directed by the fictional Marty DiBergi (Rob Reiner). The faux documentary covers a 1982 United States concert tour for the fictional British rock group "Spinal Tap" to promote their new album Smell the Glove, but interspersed with one-on-one interviews with the members of the group and footage of the group from previous points in their career.

The band was started by childhood friends David St. Hubbins (Michael McKean) and Nigel Tufnel (Christopher Guest) during the 1960s. Originally called "The Originals", then "The New Originals" to distinguish themselves from the existing group of the same name, they settled on the name "The Thamesmen", finding success with their skiffle/RandB single, "Gimme Some Money". They changed their name again to "Spinal Tap" and enjoyed limited success with the flower power anthem, "Listen to the Flower People".

In 2002, This Is Spinal Tap was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the Library of Congress and was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.