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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

Leonard Hatred 11:45 Fri Feb 2
Spinal Tap
Talk to me

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WHU(Exeter) 8:09 Mon Feb 5
Re: Spinal Tap
Nagel, you’re right.

I should’ve remembered that, as Athlete Cured also contains one of my favourite lyrics from them.

“I also discovered that Gert would turn his engine over for up to an . I don't know why.
Citizens in my street are also
Partial to this”

cholo 5:50 Mon Feb 5
Re: Spinal Tap
It's on bbc iplayer for the next couple of weeks.

Watched it yesterday for the first time in years. Still funny and it really reminded me of how much The Office took from it.

Nagel 10:26 Mon Feb 5
Re: Spinal Tap
WHU(Exeter) 3:32 Sun Feb 4

It wasn't Bremen Nacht. It was Athlete Cured. They were all big fans of the film. Apparently they'd been jamming the Spinal Tap song in soundchecks and suddenly Mark E. Smith decided to use it on the album, without giving credit. Mind you, he rarely gave songwriting credit to the band members for writing material either so at least he was consistent.

Sydney_Iron 7:01 Mon Feb 5
Re: Spinal Tap
Allways think of this scene when i hear it mentioned, enjoyed it though, good spoof doco!


Bungo 2:28 Mon Feb 5
Re: Spinal Tap
onsideman 12:56 Sun Feb 4

On the subject of Janines, I think it signalled the death of any band I was ever in when any member brought their girlfriend to a rehearsal.

Nothing guaranteed to get people's backs up as much as when somebody's girlfriend wants to dress the band up as animals.:)

WHU(Exeter) 3:32 Sun Feb 4
Re: Spinal Tap
Bremen Nacht off the Falls frenz album is a complete rip off of one of the songs in Spinal Tap.

Mark e Smith probably did it for a giggle.

onsideman 12:56 Sun Feb 4
Re: Spinal Tap
Spent many hours on tour buses watching this. Resonated massively with all of us... apart from the band who were brilliantly cast, over the years I met multiple Ian Faiths, Bobbi Flekmans, Arti Fufkins, Sir Dennis Eton-Hoggs... not to mention Janines

zebthecat 12:14 Sun Feb 4
Re: Spinal Tap
Bad News certainly resonates with anyone who has done the toilet curcuit in the vain hope that you will get somewhere.
One band I was in picked up a gig at a day's notice as favour to a promoter who had booked us do other venues. Apart from a smattering of mates the crowd was just five and, of course, a dog.
I believe that the dog was indeed let in free.
We all laughed that at least it wasn't in Grantham.

yngwies Cat 11:06 Sat Feb 3
Re: Spinal Tap
And yes it was fun but Bad News was great.

yngwies Cat 11:05 Sat Feb 3
Re: Spinal Tap

Pain on scale to 11

mallard 3:54 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
I prefer Bad News

Bungo 2:47 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
Leonard Hatred 2:34 Fri Feb 2

I can't actually describe anything as 'black' any more.

The colour name is now officially 'none more black'.

El Scorchio 2:38 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
Very painful medical procedure, apparently.

Leonard Hatred 2:34 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
You ask yourself "how much more black can this be?"

And the answer is...


None more black.

BRANDED 1:41 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
What's wrong with being sexy?

Vexed 1:25 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
As long as there's sex and drugs, I can do without the rock n roll

Bungo 12:50 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
zebthecat 12:41 Fri Feb 2

This does not surprise me. I remember the days of both Dobby and Graham Oliver well.

And Biff of course. 'C'mon 'ammersmith can you fookin' 'ear me?'

Happy days!

zebthecat 12:41 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
Derek Smalls' on stage schtick is heavily bases on Saxon bass player Steve Dawson including the pointing while playing an open string. Harry Shearer went on tour with Saxon for research before shooting started.

Bungo 12:32 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
zebthecat 11:47 Fri Feb 2

'Can I raise a practical question at this point?' :)

Bungo 12:28 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
When it first came out (1982?), it was only on in one cinema in Baker Street. Bandmates and I used to go and see it every weekend for as long as it was on there (10+ weeks?). Obviously heavy rotation started on video/DVD when they became available.

Conversation at band rehearsals for decades consisted of probably about 20% Spinal Tap quotes,

There was (or is) a band called 'Cindy's First Mustache' :)

zebthecat 11:47 Fri Feb 2
Re: Spinal Tap
Fuck the napkin

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