Spinal Tap A to Zed

America (alt: If I Were King of America): After Nigel leaves the band during the 1982 U.S. tour, David refuses to play this homage to America in concert because it is "Nigel's tune." Written after the band visited Washington, D.C., it includes culturally savvy references to icons such as the Brady Bunch, Smokey Bear, Afro-Sheen, the FBI and Johnny Appleseed. The guitar riffs were recorded at the Rainbow Trout Recording Studio near Denver during a session that was partially caught on film for DiBergi's documentary. Released on the soundtrack to "This is Spinal Tap," although it's not performed in the film.