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letsboogie.wav(44K) letsboogie.mp3(44K) letsboogie.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty DiBergi (Rob Reiner): "But hey, enough of my yacking. What do you say, let's boogie."

rockyatonight.wav(834K) rockyatonight.mp3(834K) rockyatonight.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("(Tonight I'm Gonna) Rock Ya Tonite" Performed my Spinal Tap)"

theoriginals.wav(275K) theoriginals.mp3(275K) theoriginals.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel Tufnel (Christopher Guest): "And then, we looked at each other and said..."
David St. Hubbins (Michael McKean): "Said, look, why not?"
Nigel: "...we might as well join up. You know?"
David: "So, we became the Originals."
Nigel: "Right."
David: "And, uh, we had to change our name, actually."
Nigel: "Well, there was another group, in the east end, called the Originals and we had to rename ourselves."
David: "the New Originals."
Nigel: "the New Originals."
David: "Yeah."
Nigel: "And they became..."
David: "...the Regulars. They changed their name back to the Regulars. And we thought we could go back to the Originals, but what's the point?"

gimmiesomemoney.wav(361K) gimmiesomemoney.mp3(361K) gimmiesomemoney.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

The Temmesmen: "("Gimme Some Money" Performed by the Temmesmen)"

first2drummers.wav(682K) first2drummers.mp3(682K) first2drummers.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "Your first drummer was, uh?"
David: "John Stumpy Peeps. Great, great, tall blonde geek with glasses. Uh..."
Nigel: "Good drummer."
David: "Great look, good drummer, yeah."
Nigel: "Good, good, drummer"
David: "Yeah, fine drummer."
Marty: "What happened to him?"
David: "He died. He died in a bizarre gardening accident some years back."
Nigel: "It was really one of those things. You know, the authorities said, you know, best leave it, you know..."
David: "It's not talked about..."
Nigel: "...unsolved, you know."
Marty: "And he was replaced by?"
David: "Stumpy Joe. Eric 'Stumpy Joe' Chiles"
Nigel: "Eric Chiles."
Marty: "And what happened to Stumpy Joe?"
Derek Smalls (Harry Shearer): "Well, it's not a very pleasant story, but uh..."
David: "He's passed on."
Derek: "He died-- He choked on-- The ac-- The official explaination was, he choked on vomit. He past away."
Nigel: "It was actually someone else's vomit."
David: "It was ugly."
Nigel: "You know, there's no real..."
Derek: "Well, they can't prove whose vomit it was. They never-- They don't have facilities in Scotland Yard to..."
Nigel: "You can't really dust for vomit."

mimeismoney.wav(88K) mimeismoney.mp3(88K) mimeismoney.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Mime Waiter (Dana Carvey): "I did the bird."
Morty the Mime (Billy Crystal): "Do the dead bird. Change this, get the dwarf canolis, the little ones."
Mime Waiter: "Alright, I did the bird."
Morty the Mime: "Come on, don't talk back, huh. Mime is money. Let's go, come on, move it."

bigbottom.wav(1299K) bigbottom.mp3(1299K) bigbottom.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("Big Bottom" Performed by Spinal Tap)"

nitpicking.wav(201K) nitpicking.mp3(201K) nitpicking.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "Let's talk about your reviews a little bit. Reguarding, Intravenous de Milo: This tasteless cover is a good indication of the lack of musical invention within. The musical growth rate of this band can not even be charted. They are treading water in a sea of retarded sexuality and bad poetry."
Nigel: "Well, that's-- that's nitpicking, isn't it?"

sharksandwich.wav(82K) sharksandwich.mp3(82K) sharksandwich.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "The review for Shark Sandwich was merely a two word review which simply read bleep sandwich."

offensive.wav(319K) offensive.mp3(319K) offensive.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Bobbi Flekman: "Ian, you put a greased naked woman..."
Ian Faith (Tony Hendra): "Yes?"
Bobbi: "...on all fours..."
Ian: "Yes?"
Bobbi: "...with a dog collar around her neck..."
Ian: "With a dog collar."
Bobbi: "...and a leash..."
Ian: "And a leash."
Bobbi: "...and a man's arm extended out up to here, holding onto the leash, and pushing a black glove in her face to sniff it. You don't find that offensive?"
Ian: "No, I don't."
Bobbi: "You don't find that sexist?"
Ian: "This is 1982, Bobbi. Come on!"
Bobbi: "That's right, it's 1982. Get out of the '60s. We don't have this mentality anymore."
Ian: "Well, you should have seen the cover they wanted to do!"
Bobbi: "I don't care what they wanted."
Ian: "It wasn't a glove, believe me."

thewhitealbum.wav(102K) thewhitealbum.mp3(102K) thewhitealbum.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Bobbi: "And I don't think that a sexy cover is the answer for why an album sells or doesn't sell. Because, you tell me, The White Album, what was that? There was nothing on that bleepdamn cover."

sexist.wav(122K) sexist.mp3(122K) sexist.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ian: "They're not going to release the album because they have decided that the cover is sexist."
Nigel: "Well, so what, What's wrong with being sexy? I mean, there's nothing wrong with..."
Ian: "Sex-ist!"
David: "Sex-ist!"

allthewayhome.wav(564K) allthewayhome.mp3(564K) allthewayhome.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "Do you remember the first song that you guys ever wrote together?"
David: "All The Way Home, probably."
Nigel: "Yeah."
Marty: "All The Way Home?"
David: "Yeah."
Marty: "Can you remember a little bit of it? I'd love to hear..."
David: "Christ. Some black coffee, maybe we could do that."
Nigel: "How's it go?"
Nigel and David: "("All The Way Home" Performed by Nigel and David)"
Marty: "Cry, cry, cry, all the way home."
David: "Farelly simple, there's about six words in the whole song. Just repeating them over and over again."

armadillos.wav(370K) armadillos.mp3(370K) armadillos.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "One thing that puzzles me, um, is the makeup of your audience seems to be predominantly young boys."
David: "Well, it's a sexual thing, really. Aside from the identifying the boys do with us, there's also like a reaction to the female-- of the female to our music."
Nigel: "They're really, they're quite fearful, is my theory. They see us on stage with tight trousers. We've got, you know, armadillos in our trousers. I mean, it's really quite frightening, the size."
David: "Yeah."
Nigel: "And they run screaming."

hellhole.wav(826K) hellhole.mp3(826K) hellhole.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("Hell Hole" Performed by Spinal Tap)"
Fan: "Do Stonehedge!"

dostonehenge.wav(28K) dostonehenge.mp3(28K) dostonehenge.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Fan: "Do Stonehedge!"

sustain.wav(203K) sustain.mp3(203K) sustain.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "Listen."
Marty: "How much..."
Nigel: "Just listen for a minute."
Marty: "I'm not..."
Nigel: "The sustain, listen to it."
Marty: "I'm not hearing anything."
Nigel: "You would, though, if it were playing because it really-- It's famous for it's sustain. I mean, you can just hold it."
Marty: "I mean..."
Nigel: "Ahhhhhh! You could go and have a bite and, ahhhhh, you still be hearing that one."
Marty: "Yeah."

donttouchit.wav(205K) donttouchit.mp3(205K) donttouchit.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "Ah, this is special, too. Look, see, still got the, uh, the old tagger on it. See, never even played it. See?"
Marty: "You just bought it and... (He points at it)"
Nigel: "Don't touch it. Don't touch it."
Marty: "I wasn't gonna-- I wasn't gonna touch it."
Nigel: "No, don't touch it."
Marty: "I was just pointing at it. I..."
Nigel: "Well, don't point even. It can't..."
Marty: "Don't even point?"
Nigel: "No, it can't be played. Never, I mean, I can't..."
Marty: "Can I look at it?"
Nigel: "No."
Marty: "Don't look at it?"
Nigel: "No, you've seen enough of that one."

itsonelouder.wav(551K) itsonelouder.mp3(551K) itsonelouder.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "This is a top to a, you know, what we use on stage. But it's very very special because, if you can see..."
Marty: "Yeah?"
Nigel: "...the numbers all go to eleven. Look, right across the board, 11, 11, 11, 11."
Marty: "Most amps go up to ten."
Nigel: "Exactly."
Marty: "Does that mean it's louder? Is it any louder?"
Nigel: "Well, it's one louder, isn't it? It's not ten. You see, most, most blokes gonna be playing at ten. You're on ten, all the way up, all the way up, all the way up."
Marty: "Yeah."
Nigel: "You're on ten on your guitar. Where can you go from there? Where?"
Marty: "I don't know."
Nigel: "Nowhere, exactly. What we do is if we need that extra push over the cliff, you know what we do?"
Marty: "Put it up to eleven."
Nigel: "Eleven. Exactly. One louder."
Marty: "Why don't you just make ten louder and make ten be the top number and make that a litte louder?"
Nigel: "These go to eleven."

extrapush.wav(185K) extrapush.mp3(185K) extrapush.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "What we do is if we need that extra push over the cliff, you know what we do?"
Marty: "Put it up to eleven."
Nigel: "Eleven. Exactly. One louder."
Marty: "Why don't you just make ten louder and make ten be the top number and make that a litte louder?"
Nigel: "These go to eleven."

maketenlouder.wav(105K) maketenlouder.mp3(105K) maketenlouder.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "Why don't you just make ten louder and make ten be the top number and make that a litte louder?"
Nigel: "These go to eleven."

thesegotoeleven.wav(14K) thesegotoeleven.mp3(14K) thesegotoeleven.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "These go to eleven."

miniaturegolf.wav(46K) miniaturegolf.mp3(46K) miniaturegolf.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "What's the difference between golf and miniature golf?"
Derek: "I think, uh..."
David: "The ball is smaller?"

fineline.wav(54K) fineline.mp3(54K) fineline.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "It's such a fine line between stupid and..."
Derek: "...and clever."
David: "Yeah, clever."
Nigel: "It's just a turn about."

desmoines.wav(238K) desmoines.mp3(238K) desmoines.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "Ah, I miss you too, darling. Um, not too well, actually. Well, we've got some cancellations, that's all. We go to Memphis and there's no gig in Memphis. And we find out this promoter in the midwest, uh, has pulled out St Louis and Kansas City and, um, oh, Des Moines. Oh, I don't know, it's in Indiana or something."

heartbreakhotel.wav(541K) heartbreakhotel.mp3(541K) heartbreakhotel.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("Heartbreak Hotel" Performed by Spinal Tap Written by Mae Axton, Tommy Durden and Elvis Presley)"

flowerpeople.wav(557K) flowerpeople.mp3(557K) flowerpeople.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("(Listen To The) Flower People" Performed by Spinal Tap)"

peterjamesbond.wav(526K) peterjamesbond.mp3(526K) peterjamesbond.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "Now, during the Flower People period, who was your drummer?"
David: "Stumpy's replacement, Peter James Bond. He also died in mysterious cercumstances. We were playing a, uh..."
Nigel: "...festival."
David: "...jazz blues festival. Where was that?"
Nigel: "Blues jazz, really."
Derek: "Blues jazz festival. Misnamed."
Nigel: "It was, uh, it was in the Isle, uh..."
All three: "Isle of Lucy."
David: "The Isle of Lucy jazz and blues festival."
Nigel: "And, uh, it was tragic, really. He exploded on stage."
Derek: "Just like that."
David: "He just went up."
Nigel: "He just was like a flash of green light. And that was it. Nothing was left."
David: "Look at his face."
Nigel: "Well there was..."
David: "It's true, this really did happen."
Nigel: "It's true. There was a little green globule on his drum seat."
David: "Like a stain, really. It was..."
Nigel: "It was more of a stain than a globule, actually."
David: "You know, several, you know, dozens of people spontaneously combust each year. It's just not really widely reported."

gimmiesomemoney2.wav(458K) gimmiesomemoney2.mp3(458K) gimmiesomemoney2.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("Gimmie Some Money" Performed by Spinal Tap)"

howmuchmoreblack.wav(90K) howmuchmoreblack.mp3(90K) howmuchmoreblack.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "I think he's right. There's smething about this that's so black-- It's like, how much more black could it be? And the answer is, none."

rocknrollcreation.wav(1744K) rocknrollcreation.mp3(1744K) rocknrollcreation.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("Rock And Roll Creation" Performed by Spinal Tap)"

computermagic.wav(78K) computermagic.mp3(78K) computermagic.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Viv Savage (David Kaff): "Whoa, quite exciting. Quite exciting, this computer magic. Wee!"

lovepump.wav(254K) lovepump.mp3(254K) lovepump.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "It's very pretty."
Nigel: "You know, just simple, lines intertwining. You know, very much like-- I'm really influenced by Mozart and Bach and it's sort of in between that. Really it, it's like a Mach piece, really. It's..."
Marty: "What do you call this?"
Nigel: "Well, this piece is called lick my love pump."

heavyduty.wav(917K) heavyduty.mp3(917K) heavyduty.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("Heavy Duty" Performed by Spinal Tap)"

somethingforme.wav(145K) somethingforme.mp3(145K) somethingforme.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Artie Fufkin (Paul Shaffer): "You know what I want you to do? Would you do something for me?"
David: "What?"
Artie Fufkin: "Do me a favor. Just kick my ass. Okay? Just kick this ass for a man. That's all. Kick my ass. Enjoy. Come on, I'm not asking, I'm telling with this. Kick my ass."

notanexit.wav(44K) notanexit.mp3(44K) notanexit.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Derek: "No, it's not an exit. It's not an exit."
David: "We don't wan't an exit, well, that's true."

madeawrongturn.wav(366K) madeawrongturn.mp3(366K) madeawrongturn.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Janitor (Wonderful Smith): "Go straight ahead."
David: "Yeah."
Janitor: "Turn right, the next two corners. And the first door you sign, says authorized personnel only..."
David: "Yeah."
Janitor: "Open that door. That's the stage."
David: "You think so?"
Janitor: "You're authorized, you're musicians, arn't you?"
David: "Yeah. Alright, thank you. Thank you very much. Rock 'N' Roll! Rock 'N' Roll!"
???: "Let's get it. Let's get it."
Nigel: "This way?"
David: "No, this way. This way."
Derek: "Straight through."
David: "Rock 'N' Roll!"
Derek: "Hello Cleveland! Hello Cleveland!"
David: "Uh?"
Janitor: "You must have made a wrong turn."

rocknroll.wav(44K) rocknroll.mp3(44K) rocknroll.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "Rock 'N' Roll! Rock 'N' Roll!"

hellocleveland.wav(37K) hellocleveland.mp3(37K) hellocleveland.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Derek: "Hello Cleveland! Hello Cleveland!"

forgetthis.wav(106K) forgetthis.mp3(106K) forgetthis.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Polly Deutsch (Angelica Huston): "Look, this is what I was asked to do. Eighteen inches. Right here, it specifies, eighteen inches. I was given this napkin. I mean..."
Ian: "Forget this. Bleep the napkin!"

stonehenge.wav(1806K) stonehenge.mp3(1806K) stonehenge.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("Stonehenge" Performed by Spinal Tap)"

crushedbyadwarf.wav(158K) crushedbyadwarf.mp3(158K) crushedbyadwarf.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "I do not, for one, believe that the problem was that the band was down. I believe the problem may have been that there was a Stonehenge monument on the stage that was in danger of being crushed by a dwarf. Alright? That tended to understate the hugeness of the object."

goodnight.wav(58K) goodnight.mp3(58K) goodnight.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ian: "So, bleep you!"
Jeanine Pettibone (June Chadwick): "Well, bleep you, too!"
Ian: "Bleep all of you, because I quit! Alright? Good night."

practicalquestion.wav(94K) practicalquestion.mp3(94K) practicalquestion.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Derek: "Can I raise a practical question at this point?"
David: "Yeah."
Derek: "Are we gonna do Stonehenge tomorrow?"
David: "No, we're not gonna bleeping do Stonehenge!"

shesnotmywife.wav(103K) shesnotmywife.mp3(103K) shesnotmywife.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "You can't bleeping concentrate because your bleeping wife! Simple as that, alright? It's your bleeping wife!"
David: "She's not my wife."
Nigel: "Well whatever bleep she is, alright? You can't concentrate!"

checkmeonthis.wav(55K) checkmeonthis.mp3(55K) checkmeonthis.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "Could you check me on this? Am I losing my mind? I ju-- I don't understand what this has to do with anything."

twovisionaries.wav(256K) twovisionaries.mp3(256K) twovisionaries.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Derek: "We're very lucky, in a sense, that we've got two two visionaries in the band. You know, David and Nigel are both like, uh, like poets, you know, like Shelley and Byron and people like that. They're two totally distinct types of visionaries. It's like fire and ice, basically. You see? And I feel my role is to, in the band is to be somewhere in the middle of that, kind of in the middle of that, kind of like lukewarm water, in a sense."

spinaltarp.wav(79K) spinaltarp.mp3(79K) spinaltarp.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Jeanine: "Lieutenant?"
Lt. Hookstratten (Fred Willard): "Hookstratten. You are Spinal Tarp?"
Jeanine: "I'm, I'm Jeanine Pettibone..."
Lt. Hookstratten: "Jeanine."
Jeanine: "...and this is Spinal Tap."
Lt. Hookstratten: "Spinal Tap, my mistake."

yourmusic.wav(135K) yourmusic.mp3(135K) yourmusic.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Lt. Hookstratten: "May I start by saying how thrilled we are to have you here. We are such fans of your music and all of your records. I'm not speaking of yours personally, but the whole genre of the rock and roll and so many of the exciting things that are happening in music today."

ourhairdown.wav(193K) ourhairdown.mp3(193K) ourhairdown.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Lt. Hookstratten: "This is our monthly "At Ease" weekend. It gives us a chance to, kind of, let our hair down, although I see you all have a head start on... These haircuts wouldn't pass military muster, believe me. Although, I shouldn't talk. I'm, my hair's getting a little shaggy too. I'd better not get too close to you, they'll think I'm part of the band. I'm joking, of course. Shall we go in and I'll show you around?"

fourjacks.wav(131K) fourjacks.mp3(131K) fourjacks.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Lt. Hookstratten: "Did you ever run into a musical group, works out of Kansas City, calls themselves Four Jacks and a Jill? They've been at a Ramada Inn there for about eighteen months. If you're ever in Kansas City and you want to hear some good music you might want to, uh, drop by."

1900hours.wav(187K) 1900hours.mp3(187K) 1900hours.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Lt. Hookstratten: "Uh, I would like to get the playing on about 1900 hours if that's satisfactory. "
Derek: "When would that be?"
Lt. Hookstratten: "I make it now, it's about 1830 hours."
Derek: "So, that's what, 50 hours?"
David: "120 hours?"
Lt. Hookstratten: "That's actually about 30 minutes. About a half hour, give or take just a few minutes. I don't want to rush you."

sexfarm.wav(817K) sexfarm.mp3(817K) sexfarm.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("Sex Farm" Performed by Spinal Tap)"

sedation.wav(182K) sedation.mp3(182K) sedation.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "I can't believe that, you know, you're, you're lumping Nigel in with, uh, you know, these people that you played with for short periods of time."
David: "Well, I'm sure I'd feel a lot worse if I weren't under such heavy sedation, but still, in all, I mean, you've got to be realistic about this sort of thing."

jazzodyssey.wav(447K) jazzodyssey.mp3(447K) jazzodyssey.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("Jazz Odyssey" Performed by Spinal Tap without Nigel)"

whatstheend.wav(313K) whatstheend.mp3(313K) whatstheend.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "(Asked by a roporter if this is the end of Spinal Tap) Well, I don't-- I don't really think that the end can be assessed, uh, as of itself as being the end because what does the end feel like? It's like saying when you try to extrapolate the end of the universe, you say, if the universe is indeed infinite, then how-- what does that mean? How far is to-- all the way, and then if it stops, what's stopping it, and what's behind what's stopping it? So, what's the end, you know, is my question to you."

jacktheripper.wav(172K) jacktheripper.mp3(172K) jacktheripper.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "Do you remember what we were-- Do you remember the project..."
Derek: "At the Luton-- At the Luton Palace we were talking about writing a rock musical based on the life of Jack the Ripper."
David: "Ripper, yeah. Saucy Jack."
Derek: "Saucy Jack. Now is the time to do that."
David: "You're a naughty one..."
Both: "Saucy Jack."
David: "You're a haughty one, Saucy Jack. Right."

envyus.wav(74K) envyus.mp3(74K) envyus.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Derek: "We're lucky."
David: "Yeah."
Derek: "I mean, people should be envying us. You know?"
David: "I envy us."
Derek: "Yeah."
David: "I do."
Derek: "Me too."

rockyatonight2.wav(513K) rockyatonight2.mp3(513K) rockyatonight2.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "("(Tonight I'm Gonna) Rock Ya Tonite" Performed my Spinal Tap)"

preservedmoose.wav(267K) preservedmoose.mp3(267K) preservedmoose.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "Do you feel that playing rock 'n' roll music keeps you a child? That is, keeps you in a state of arrested development?"
Derek: "No. No. No. I feel it's like, it's more like going, going to a, a national park or something. And there's, you know, they preserve the moose. And that's, that's my childhood up there on stage. That moose, you know and..."
Marty: "So when you're playing, you feel like a preserved moose on stage?"
Derek: "Yeah."

itisgreen.wav(326K) itisgreen.mp3(326K) itisgreen.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "You like this?"
Marty: "It's very nice. It looks like halloween."
Nigel: "This is exact-- my exact inner structure, done in a tee shirt. Exactly medically accurate. See?"
Marty: "So, in other words, if we were to take all your flesh and blood and every..."
Nigel: "Take them off. This is what you'd see."
Marty: "It wouldn't be green though."
Nigel: "It is green. You know, see, see how your blood looks blue."
Marty: "Yeah, well that's just the vein. I mean, the color of the vein. The blood is actually red."
Nigel: "Oh , maybe it's not green, then. I don't know. Anyway, this is what I sleep in sometimes."

qualityfootwear.wav(167K) qualityfootwear.mp3(167K) qualityfootwear.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "David St. Hubbins, I n-- I must admit I've never heard anybody with that name."
David: "It's an unusual name, well, he was an unusual saint, he's not a very well known saint."
Marty: "Oh, there actually is, uh, there was a Saint Hubbins?"
David: "Oh, yes. That's right, yes. Yes."
Marty: "What was he the saint of?"
David: "He was the patron saint of quality footwear."

musicisracist.wav(253K) musicisracist.mp3(253K) musicisracist.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "You play to predominantly, uh, a predominantly white audience. Do you feel your music is racist in any way?"
David: "No, no."
Nigel: "No, not at all."
David: "No. We pro-- We say, we say love your brother. We don't say it, really. But..."
Nigel: "We don't literally say it."
David: "No, we don't say it."
Nigel: "We don't really literally mean it."
David: "No, we don't believe it either."
Nigel: "But, we're not racists."
David: "But, that messag should be clear, anyway."
Nigel: "We're anything but racists."

grownmusically.wav(175K) grownmusically.mp3(175K) grownmusically.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Derek: "You know, we've grown musically. I mean, you listen to some of the rubish we did early on, it was stupid."
Marty: "Yeah."
Derek: "You know, now, with-- I mean, a song like Sex Farm, we're taking a sophisticated view of the idea of sex, you know, and musically..."
Marty: "Putting it on a farm."
Derek: "Yeah."

philosophy.wav(160K) philosophy.mp3(160K) philosophy.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "If I were to ask you what your philosophy of life or your creed, what would that be?"
Viv: "Have a good time all the time. That's my philosophy, Marty."

everythingiread.wav(93K) everythingiread.mp3(93K) everythingiread.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "I believe virtually everything I read. And I think that is what makes me more of a selective human than someone who doesn't believe anyhing."

epitaph.wav(214K) epitaph.mp3(214K) epitaph.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "If you were to hae something written as your epitaph?"
David: "Here lies David St. Hubbins... and why not."
Marty: "You feel that sums up your..."
David: "No, it was the first thing I could think of."
Marty: "Oh, I see."
David: "Really, it doesn't sum up anything, really."
Marty: "Yeah."

fishnut.wav(179K) fishnut.mp3(179K) fishnut.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "I'm a real fish nut. I really like fish."
Marty: "What kind of fish?"
Nigel: "Well, in the United States, you have, uh, cod. I like cod. And I love tuna. Those little cans you've got here, tuna fish. I like that."
Marty: "Yeah."
Nigel: "No bones!"
Marty: "Yeah."

whatwouldyoudo.wav(672K) whatwouldyoudo.mp3(672K) whatwouldyoudo.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "If you could not play rock 'n' roll, what would you do?"
David: "I'd be a full-time dreamer."
Viv: "I'd probably get a bit stupid and start to make a fool of myself in public 'cause there wouldn't be a stage to go on."
Derek: "Probably work with children."
Mick Shrimpton (R.J. Parnell): "As long as there's, you know, sex and drugs, I can do without rock and roll."
Nigel: "Well, I suppose I could work in a shop, of some kind or do, do, freelance selling of some sort of product."
Marty: "A salesman, you could deal with..."
Nigel: "A salesman like, maybe in a habadasher. Or maybe like a, uh, chapeau shop or something. You know, like, 'Would you... what size do you wear, sir?' And then you answer me."
Marty: "Uh... seven and a quarter."
Nigel: "'I think we have that.' See, something like that I could do."
Marty: "Yeah. You think you'd be happy doing something like..."
Nigel: "'No, we're all out. Do you wear black?' See, that sort of thing I think I could probably muster up."
Marty: "Yeah. Do you think you'd be happy doing that?"
Nigel: "Well, I don't know. Wh-- Wh..."

dowithout.wav(54K) dowithout.mp3(54K) dowithout.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Mick: "As long as there's, you know, sex and drugs, I can do without rock and roll."

Old Wav files:
st1.wav(52K) st1.mp3(52K) st1.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "That little dog that chases the covered wagon underneath the sink? That was mine."

st2.wav(89K) st2.mp3(89K) st2.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "Uh.. good drummer."
David: "Great look, good drummer."
Nigel: "Good, good drummer...."
David: "Fine drummer...."
Marty: "What happened to him?"
David: "He died, he, he died in a bizarre gardening accident."

st3.wav(95K) st3.mp3(95K) st3.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Spinal Tap: "(Spinal Tap plays Big Bottom at Fidelity Hall, Philadelphia.)"

st4.wav(101K) st4.mp3(101K) st4.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "The musical growth rate of this band cannot even be charted. They are treading water in a sea of retarded sexuality and bad poetry."
Nigel: "That's, that's nit picking, isn't it?"

st5.wav(75K) st5.mp3(75K) st5.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "bleep sandwich. Umm...."
Derek: "Where'd they print that, where'd they print that?"
David: "Where did that appear?"
Nigel: "That's not real, is it?"
Derek: "You can't print that."

st6.wav(227K) st6.mp3(227K) st6.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ian: "I mean, what's offensive?"
Bobbi: "Ian, you put a greased naked woman..."
Ian: "Yes..."
Bobbi: "..on all fours..."
Ian: "Yes."
Bobbi: "...with a dog collar around her neck..."
Ian: "...with a dog collar..."
Bobbi: "...and a leash..."
Ian: "...and a leash..."
Bobbi: "...and a man's arm extended out up to here holding on to the leash and pushing a black glove in her face to sniff it. You don't find that offensive, you don't find that sexist?"
Ian: "No I don't, this is 1982."

st7.wav(114K) st7.mp3(114K) st7.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Nigel: "One louder."
Marty: "Why don't you just make ten louder and make ten be the top... number...and make that a little louder?"
Nigel: "...these go to eleven."

st8.wav(97K) st8.mp3(97K) st8.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Derek: "Can I raise a practical question at this point?"
David: "Yeah."
Derek: "We gonna do Stonehenge tomorrow?"
David: "No we're not gonna bleeping do Stonehenge!!!"

st9.wav(16K) st9.mp3(16K) st9.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Ian: "The gig is cancelled..."

st11.wav(108K) st11.mp3(108K) st11.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

David: "I do not, for one, think that the problem was that the band was down. I think that the problem may have been...that there was a Stonehenge monument on the stage that was in danger of being crushed by a dwarf."

st12.wav(51K) st12.mp3(51K) st12.m4r(iPhone ringtone)

Marty: "What do you call this?"
Nigel: "Well, this piece is called "Lick My Love Pump"."

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