I've been grinning the entire time! At this point, we are still going through the discography and history of the band.
For instance, the album "The Sun Never Sweats" from 1975. This is the album which featured the lead single "Stonehenge." The band came up with a great idea to have a replica of a stone made as a stage prop. Unfortunately, Nigel got his measurements wrong and Tap ended up with this:
The second song on "The Sun Never Sweats:" "Daze of Knights of Old"
"elucidates on themes of King Arthur's era and why his table was round, and not rectangular, like most tables."
This album came out after "Shark Sandwich." For which Spinal Tap received a two word review: "Shit Sandwich."
Sadly, this was not their first two word review. They previously received one that simply said: "Spinal Crap."
I am now up to Spinal Tap in the 80's. Of which Nigel said:
"The 80's were a blur, really. And not just because I lost my glasses."