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Too Much Effing Perspective

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Every performer who's ever been on the road has at least one bizarro story that could have been pulled straight from the iconic music mockumentary, This Is Spinal Tap. Co-hosts Allen Keller and Alex Hofmann delve deep into their guests’ harrowing, humbling, and hilarious Spinal Tap Moments uncovering universal truths along the way. (Although it would be as great as having armadillos in our trousers, this podcast is not affiliated with This Is Spinal Tap and no person or entity connected with the film has sponsored or endorsed its content. This podcast is not affiliated, sponsored or licensed by Authorized Spinal Tap LLC or Century of Progress Productions.)


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 67 ratings
  • Excellent & Fun!

    Keep em coming guys... in dubly!

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  • This podcast goes to 11

    I’ve listened to every episode. Alex and Alan have me laughing out loud every time. Great guests and incredible stories. I highly recommend this podcast.

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