Spinal Tap Discography: Shark Sandwich (1980)

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Label – Polymer

Side One
•Shark Sandwich
•No Place Like Nowhere
•Throb Detector
•Devil in a Hairpiece
•Ride the Pink Stallion

Side Two
•Sex Farm
•Scratch ‘n’ Sniff
•Feel Me Up, Feel Me Down
•The Wetter the Better
•No One’s Watching (But The Moon)
•’Satan’s Salacious Sandwich’ [untitled]

This was Spinal Tap’s first long player for new label Polymer. According to legend, having edited the master tapes ready for release, Derek Smalls sneaked into the studio and increased the bass volume. “Devil In A Hairpiece” is an apparent swipe at an executive of Megaphone Records. Promotional copies of the record had a scratch and sniff front cover, which intentionally smelt of fish.

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