Doc_SoCal;3222246 said:You mean like.... Death?
hawkofva;3222307 said:I think we could all settle for abduction by Securi-T-Rex.
A New Pyro Fool;3222374 said:The fact that money was wasted on turning Spinal Tap into minifigs is the only disappointing of this game for me.Well, that's definitely an exaggerated statement, but I don't feel that they warrant enough popularity to deserve to be LEGO-tized.
SonicRocker15X;3222245 said:Considering the facts that:This is a Lego gameThere is a rock power challenge focusing on blowing things upSpinal Tap are charactersI'm a bit disappointed too.
o1skinneej;3223277 said:That people on these forums don't appreciate Tap makes me cry a little. Okay.....A LOT.
AerithLovesTifa;3222983 said:This Is Spinal Tap was an extremely popular movie especially among musicians back when it was originally released.
A New Pyro Fool;3223539 said:But their music is no longer relevant, especially since they're essentially a parody band.The same can't be said for Queen, David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Blur; all artists that have forever impacted the course of music and/or are music icons.
Juniorpop;3223715 said:i think thats why he put "and/or music icons.
MattyT;3222740 said:I could see it partially being due to kids not getting the reference/on screen violence against a minifig.
lanky316;3226694 said:It's worth pointing out the initial Blur poster was English so those over the pond won't realise just how big they were and how huge the Blur/Oasis thing was in the 90s and just how influential are were to British Indie. Another sign of how different our musical cultures are. Any of you who like the recent British guitar bands can thank Blur and their influence on kids growing up during this era. They're (almost) single handedly responsible for preventing our sole product being boy/girl bands for the decade.
lanky316;3227425 said:No the Tap were American actors pretending to be British
Rock_Starman;3222370 said:They had it in GH 2 so it's not like they can't do it.