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Spinal Tap

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Squatney (East London)
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1982
Genre:
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
Sex, Drugs, Rock 'n' Roll, Alcohol
Current label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
1982-present
A band made up for the mockumentary "This Is Spinal Tap", a satire of the hard rock and heavy metal music scene. It is both made-up and real, because the band members are American actors posing as British musicians, yet they have performed concerts and released records under the name Spinal Tap.

Discography of not-really-released albums, taken from "The Official Companion":
"Spinal Tap" (aka ...
Current
Derek Smalls Bass, Vocals (backing)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid
Gregg Bissonette Drums, Percussion
See also: Jughead, Shadrane, Vox Tempus, ex-Mark Edwards, ex-Under-Radio, ex-Jason Becker, ex-Miloš Dodo Doležal, ex-David Lee Roth, ex-Electric Light Orchestra, ex-Joe Satriani, ex-Steve Vai, ex-Steve Lukather (live), ex-Toto (live)
Nigel Tufnel Guitars, Vocals (backing)
See also: The Beyman Bros
David St. Hubbins Guitars, Vocals (lead)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Lenny and the Squigtones
"Caucasian" Jeffery Vanston Keyboards
Past
Mick Shrimpton Drums
See also: ex-Atomic Rooster, ex-Nova
Viv Savage Keyboards, Bass, Vocals (backing)
See also: ex-Rare Bird
Past (Live)
Pino Palladino Bass (1991)
See also: John Mayer Trio, The Who (live)
Tim Renwick Bass (1991)
See also: ex-Mike + The Mechanics (live), ex-Pink Floyd (live)
David Gilmour Bass (1991)
See also: David Gilmour, Pink Floyd
Gary Wallis Drums (1991)
See also: Mike + The Mechanics, ex-10cc, ex-Pink Floyd (live)
Jon Carin Keyboards (1991)
See also: Roger Waters (live), ex-Industry, ex-David Gilmour (live), ex-Pink Floyd (live), ex-The Who (live)
Jody Linscott Percussion (1991)
Mick Fleetwood Drums (2000)
See also: Fleetwood Mac, Mick Fleetwood, ex-John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers
Jarvis Cocker Bass (2009)
See also: Pulp, Relaxed Muscle
Todd Sucherman Drums (2009)
See also: Styx
Jamie Cullum Keyboards (2009)
Derek Smalls Bass, Vocals (backing)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid
Gregg Bissonette Drums, Percussion
See also: Jughead, Shadrane, Vox Tempus, ex-Mark Edwards, ex-Under-Radio, ex-Jason Becker, ex-Miloš Dodo Doležal, ex-David Lee Roth, ex-Electric Light Orchestra, ex-Joe Satriani, ex-Steve Vai, ex-Steve Lukather (live), ex-Toto (live)
Nigel Tufnel Guitars, Vocals (backing)
See also: The Beyman Bros
David St. Hubbins Guitars, Vocals (lead)
See also: ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Lenny and the Squigtones
"Caucasian" Jeffery Vanston Keyboards
Mick Shrimpton Drums
See also: ex-Atomic Rooster, ex-Nova
Viv Savage Keyboards, Bass, Vocals (backing)
See also: ex-Rare Bird
Past
Pino Palladino Bass (1991)
See also: John Mayer Trio, The Who (live)
Tim Renwick Bass (1991)
See also: ex-Mike + The Mechanics (live), ex-Pink Floyd (live)
David Gilmour Bass (1991)
See also: David Gilmour, Pink Floyd
Gary Wallis Drums (1991)
See also: Mike + The Mechanics, ex-10cc, ex-Pink Floyd (live)
Jon Carin Keyboards (1991)
See also: Roger Waters (live), ex-Industry, ex-David Gilmour (live), ex-Pink Floyd (live), ex-The Who (live)
Jody Linscott Percussion (1991)
Mick Fleetwood Drums (2000)
See also: Fleetwood Mac, Mick Fleetwood, ex-John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers
Jarvis Cocker Bass (2009)
See also: Pulp, Relaxed Muscle
Todd Sucherman Drums (2009)
See also: Styx
Jamie Cullum Keyboards (2009)
Added by: UltraBoris Modified by: DallasKillerWhale
Added on: 2002-08-02 22:08:18 Last modified on: 2014-07-22 13:02:04
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