Yes, I did find it. It was buried underneath a ton of SW discs, ironically. It might be rough to marry the audio, but not impossible.
Guess what I found today? ;)
I've been gone for awhile. :D
I still have yet to look for it... Now I've been reminded.
Yes, I know it's (Listen to the) Flower People. I just copied and pasted from the original source.
MGM Home Entertainment in conjunction with Fox Home Entertainment have announced the specs and special features for the upcoming Blu-ray release of 'This is Spinal Tap', which is due to hit store shelves on January 20th. Video will be presented in 1.78:1 1080p AVC accompanied by a DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack.
Extras for this release include:
- Create Your Own Band Game – Create and customize your very own rock star avatars
- Commentary by Spinal Tap
- Commentary by Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer
- Commentary by Director Rob Reiner, Producer Karen Murphy and Editors Robert Leighton and Kent Beyda
- Deleted Scenes
- Flower People Press Conference
- Spinal Tap appearance on "The Joe Franklin Show"
- Music Videos
- Gimme Some Money
- (Listed to the) Flower People
- Hell Hole
- Big Bottom
- Theatrical Trailer
- Cheese Rolling Trailer
- Rock and Rolls Commercials
Sounds like they added the Band Game, and included the Criterion commentary audio. I know the movie will be in HD, but I hope everything else is in HD, but will probably be in SD.
Just an update on the world that is Spinal Tap. The Blu-Ray edition has been confirmed by MGM for January 2009.
I can't wait.
I believe I have it hiding somewhere. If I remember correctly, the copy I have is an extremely high generation VHS capture to DVD. The picture is incredibly muddy (almost to the point of not being able to see what's going on), but the audio is bearable. It's also one of my favorite Bond films. I wish they allowed the original dialog on the official release, but I guess you can't go that serious directly after Roger Moore. *rolls eyes* I wish Dalton would have stayed for Goldeneye, but I completely understand why he didn't.
I'll take a look around for it when I get home (I'm out of town this weekend).
Good. Colorized bastard versions should never see the light of day again in my opinion.
Unfortunatley, Adam West is working on his own DVD documentary on the show, not a box set of the actual episodes.
Not too shabby for 15 minutes.
There's no commercially available material on this 2 disc set, so posting the link should be okay. Enjoy!