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Official Site [currently on hiatus]
The official site relaunched on March 2, 2009. The previous site
is archived here.
Svein is back with Mark II of his trendsetting Tap page. The
European capital of Tap.
Loads of material devoted to Derek Smalls.
Other fan sites:
Hours of fun from J.D. Smith.
Spinal Tap entry at Wikipedia
TIST at Internet Movie Database (rating
goes to 11)
at The Four-Word Film Review
Spinal Tap Chess
Chessvariants.com presents a chess game that goes to 11, created
by David Short. Includes a computer play download and links to
variations of the variation.
The first Spinal Tap cover band.
Elwin Wu [last update:
Was this the original Spinal Tap fan site? It has been removed
from rhino.harvard.edu/elwin, where it resided for more than
six years, but I archived a copy.
Another early Tap tribute, recently updated after a four-year
hiatus. Includes the Tap entry from Rocklopedia Brittanicus and
a discography with album covers.
"In which Spinal Tap emerge with the story of my life..."
amps official site
For some reason, it only goes to 10.
The Milwaukee venue where Tap played during the 1982 tour has
been torn down, but a club with the same name in east Milwaukee
uses a tiny Stonehenge as its logo.
The home page of the Tap keyboardist.