Results for - The best Spinal Tap survey in the world...ever

420 voters participated in this survey
Best Tap moment

1. Best Tap moment

It's such a fine line between stupid and clever
28%
116 votes
This goes to eleven
15%
62 votes
You can't dust for vomit
7%
31 votes
None, none more black
7%
31 votes
Bizarre gardening accident
6%
25 votes
Too much perspective
7%
28 votes
Who's in here? No-one
9%
38 votes
Hello Cleveland!
7%
29 votes
Kick my ass
9%
38 votes
Other (please specify)
5%
22 votes

2. Best Tap album

Spinal Tap Sings "(Listen to the) Flower People" and Other Favourites (1967)
20%
84 votes
We Are All Flower People (1968)
10%
41 votes
Brainhammer (1970)
9%
39 votes
Nerve Damage (1971)
9%
36 votes
Blood to Let (1972)
8%
35 votes
Intravenus de Milo (1974)
4%
18 votes
The Sun Never Sweats (1975)
7%
31 votes
Bent for the Rent (1976)
4%
18 votes
Tap Dancing (1976)
5%
21 votes
Rock 'n' Roll Creation (1977)
10%
42 votes
Shark Sandwich (1980)
5%
19 votes
Smell the Glove (1982)
9%
36 votes

3. Best Tap single

All the Way Home (1961)
18%
75 votes
Gimme Some Money (1965)
11%
45 votes
(Listen to The) Flower People (1967)
6%
24 votes
Breakfast of Evil (1969)
5%
23 votes
Silent but Deadly (1969)
5%
23 votes
Big Bottom (1970)
5%
19 votes
Swallow My Love (1970)
6%
26 votes
Nerve Damage (1971)
7%
31 votes
Blood to Let (1972)
4%
17 votes
Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You Tonight (1974)
7%
30 votes
Stonehenge (1975)
4%
17 votes
Nice 'n' Stinky (1975)
2%
9 votes
Heavy Duty (1976)
2%
9 votes
Bent for the Rent (1976)
2%
8 votes
Tap Dancing (1976)
1%
4 votes
Rock 'n' Roll Creation (1977)
4%
18 votes
Sex Farm (1980)
4%
16 votes
No Place Like Nowhere (1980)
4%
16 votes
Hell Hole (1982)
2%
10 votes

4. Best Tap drummer

Mick Shrimpton
22%
94 votes
John "Stumpy" Pepys
9%
39 votes
Eric "Stumpy Joe" Childs
13%
53 votes
Peter "James" Bond
14%
59 votes
Joe "Mama" Besser
13%
56 votes
Richard "Ric" Shrimpton
10%
42 votes
Sammy "Stumpy" Bateman
7%
31 votes
Scott "Skippy" Scuffleton
5%
22 votes
Chris "Poppa" Cadeau
6%
24 votes

5. Best Tap solo release

Trilogy in D-minor (A Mach piece) - Nigel Tufnel
22%
93 votes
Saucy Jack - St. Hubbins/Smalls
21%
88 votes
Nigel Tufnel's Clam Caravan
22%
91 votes
It's A Smalls World - Derek Smalls
23%
98 votes
Doesn't Anybody Here Speak English? - Ross MacLochness
12%
50 votes

6. Best Tap Manager

Jeanine Pettibone
45%
189 votes
Ian Faith
55%
231 votes

7. Best Tap cameo

Rob Reiner as Marty DiBergi
21%
87 votes
Bruno Kirby as limo driver Tommy Pischedda
11%
45 votes
Danny Kortchmar as Ronnie Pudding
7%
28 votes
Fran Drescher as Bobbi Flekman
14%
57 votes
Patrick Macnee as Sir Denis Eton-Hogg
10%
43 votes
Dana Carvey as mime waiter
11%
47 votes
Billy Crystal as Morty the Mime
13%
53 votes
Howard Hesseman as Terry Ladd (Duke Fame's Manager)
4%
18 votes
Paul Shaffer as incompetent promoter Artie Fufkin (Polymer Records)
4%
18 votes
Anjelica Huston as Polly Deutsch
3%
13 votes
Fred Willard as Air Force Lt Bob Hoekstratton
3%
11 votes

8. Best pre-Tap band name

the Originals
22%
93 votes
the New Originals
15%
61 votes
the Thamesmen
10%
44 votes
Loose Lips
15%
61 votes
Waffles
12%
49 votes
Hot Waffles
11%
48 votes
Love Bisquits
10%
43 votes
Silver Service
2%
8 votes
the Tufnel-St. Hubbins Group
3%
13 votes

9. Best Tap label

Megaphone
56%
235 votes
Polymer
44%
185 votes

10. Best pre-Tap group

the Creatures
55%
231 votes
the Lovely Lads
45%
189 votes

11. The Isle of Lucy Festival was

Jazz-Blues
64%
267 votes
Blues-Jazz
36%
153 votes
06/25/2012 Music 420 10 By: monkeyS

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