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Legendary rockers Spinal Tap are back in the studio after an extended musical hiatus broken only by their breathtaking performance at 2007's Live Earth spectacular in London.

Speaking to BBC 5 Live, actor and Simpsons voiceover artist Harry Shearer - aka Tap bassist Derek Smalls - said: "We've never recorded the song we did at Live Earth, Warmer Than Hell, and I think they [Spinal Tap] are trying to revisit their old success. Not that they were ever popular, maybe in their own universe. We'll do a song called Gimme Some More Money, probably with some dubious results."

Fans will not need reminding that Spinal Tap's last album was 1992's Break Like The Wind, the much-anticipated follow-up to 1984 classic This Is Spinal Tap. ®

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