SPINAL TAP - THE BIG BLACK BOOK

SPINAL TAP - THE BIG BLACK BOOK
Call it rockumentary or mockumentary, 1984's cult classic "This Is Spinal Tap" is one of the funniest movies ever. This hardcover book builds on the film by telling the whole "story" of the band Spinal Tap in words, pictures, made-up quotes and priceless facsimile memorabilia. Turn your bookshelf up to 11!

126 pages

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More than 30 years ago Marty Di Bergi (played by director Rob Reiner) could not have known that as he produced his film, ”This Is Spinal Tap," he was creating a work of genius that would rock on for decades. Consistently cited as one of the funniest movies ever made (and often spoken about by rock stars as one of the most frightening), "This Is Spinal Tap" has achieved cult status around the world. Spinal Tap: The Big Black Book brings to the public the whole colorful story of the band in words, pictures, and removable facsimile memorabilia. Turn your bookshelf up to 11 with this fully authorized publication.

Said the film's in-film director, Marty DiBergi, "I wanted to capture the sights, the sounds, the smells, of a hard-working rock band on the road. And I got that. But I got more, a lot more."

Spinal Tap's bass player, Derek Smalls, is quoted with typical insight and clarity: "The bass is a symbol, the basis of mankind. It just takes the idea of all bass as our base, is the fact that we are all people. Basses represent us."

Click here to see some of the facsimile memorabilia packaged in the book.

Finally, click here for Wickipedia's entry on "This Is Spinal Tap," as good and straight an explanation as you will find for the weird, wonderful movie and cultural experience that this book adds to.

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