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National Geographic Goes to 11...

You might remember Christopher Guest from Spinal Tap. Now, the National Geographic Channel has an all new documentary on the history of Stonehenge. Nigel, Christopher Guest as Nigel hosts the promos for the documentary. The documentary is called Stonehenge Decoded and is based on the history of the giant monument. The entire piece airs June 1.

For a faux band, I always thought Spinal Tap were pretty good. Of course their songs are funny, but some of them are no more ridiculous than tunes that were "serious" hits.

I won't lie: I'd love if Spinal Tap played Rocklahoma. Here's the band performing "Stonehenge." One of my favorite parts from This Is Spinal Tap.

Here's the promo for the documentary I mentioned above.

I am so watching this in June. Me, some popcorn and a pint of mint chocolate chip ice cream. Thank goodness for simple pleasures.

Reader Comments (4)

Brilliant. Gotta love Spinal Tap. There's an even better mockumentary called Bad News, from the guys who did The Young Ones. There were two episodes of a show called 'The Comic Strip Presents', on the band, and they also had an album and played Donnington.
May 23, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterChristian
I love Spinal Tap..I remember when I fist saw that in the theatre..The Young Ones were a riot too..I miss that show.
May 23, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJoe
I loved Bad News! I watched the Young Ones a lot as a kid. :)

I think it's fantastic that National Geographic got Christopher Guest to host. That's brilliant.

I recently heard that Stone Henge was vandalized. :(

May 23, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterChristine
OMG i am so gonna whatch that! lol so funny. I love Spinal Tap.

wow he is lookin old. but then again, it has been almost 25 years.
May 23, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterChey

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