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Spinal Tap: Break Like the Wind [Longbox] ~ NEW CD (Mar-1992, MCA (USA))
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Spinal Tap

Break Like the Wind

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1992

Label: MCA Records

Catalog Number: MCAD-10514

Average Rating: 81 / 100 (8 ratings)

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Personnel
David St. Hubbins (Michael McKean) guitar, vocals
Nigel Tufnel (Christoper Guest) lead guitar, vocals}
Derek Smalls (Harry Shearer) bass, vocals
Ric Shrimpton drums
Caucasion Jeffery Vanston keyboards

Dweezil Zappa guest guitar
Steve Lukather guest guitar and piano
David Garfield guest keyboards
Cher guest lead vocals
Slash guest guitar
Joe Satriani guest guitar
Jeff Beck guest guitar
Eric Stumpy Joe Childs guest drums
Nicky Hopkins guest keyboards
Waddy Wachtel guest slide guitar
Jimmie Wood guest harmonica
Luis Conte guest percussion
Timothy B. Schmitt guest background vocals
Tommy Funderburk guest background vocals
Tracks
1.  Bitch School  
2.  The Majesty of Rock  
3.  Diva Fever  
4.  Just Begin Again  
5.  Cash on Delivery  
6.  The Sun Never Sweats  
7.  Rainy Day Sun  
8.  Break Like the Wind  
9.  Stinkin' Up the Great Outdoors  
10.  Springtime  
11.  Clam Caravan  
12.  Christmas With the Devil  
13.  All the Way Home  

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From: jason (FA - Q) Date: July 13, 2003 at 20:39
HA! HA!..... I've got to laugh. To tell you the truth, this album ain't to bad. "Bitch School" is a pretty good song, even though they are trying to be goofy with their music. It's been awhile since I have heard this one, but if I remember right, I think the duet with Cher was/is a pretty cool song.

From: Desslar Date: July 15, 2003 at 0:46
Pretty cool album. Bitch School is a fantastic song (hilarious video), and there are several other strong rockers. Listen to Slash wail on Break Like the Wind. Christmas with the Devil has to be the most Satanically amusing Xmas song around. There are a couple of ho-hum joke numbers, but a lot of good rocking here.

From: Jimbo Date: July 16, 2003 at 19:54
I saw these guys live when they toured off of this album (yeah... really), and they were a lot of fun. Loved the movie, loved the "Black Album" and loved this one, too. Not just a novelty (although the lyrics are pretty funny--check out "Stinking Up the Great Outdoors), the songs and musicianship are surprisingly good. Rockers on here would be "Break Like the Wind", "Bitch School" and my favorite "Diva Fever". This is better than the CD's of half of the bands that they made fun of. A solid B+.

From: RR-Finland Date: September 18, 2003 at 14:55
I just watched that Spinal Tap film again and I laughed my ass off!! Derek Smalls is so bass player!! This album is a bit too polished and tunes doesnīt take that attitude what they did in first album. Somebody should add that Black album (aka Smell The Glove) in here too. Songs like Hell Hole, Tonight Iīm Gonna Rock You Tonight, RockīnīRoll Creation, Sex Farm and Stonehenge are CLASSICS! Judas Priest and Spinal Tap did a song called Heavy Duty in a same year! Fancy coincidence...

From: Big Papa K Date: June 15, 2004 at 3:53
The first album was a classic. Unfortunately, they try a follow up and it pales in comparison. The last album was able to combine metal and comedy as one and the songs were great. This time the comedy does not work. A novelty act that should have stuck to one album. 3/10

From: Bass God Date: July 27, 2004 at 10:29
Big Papa K is a wanker that obviously was never "Down with the Tap" If only Nigel would see the light and give up the Gregorian Chant speed metal concept album he's been working on!! Please Nigel reform Tap!!!!!!!!


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