It seems that British supermarket giant Tesco are not the only ones going off air-freighted cucumbers. According to a story over at The Guardian, legendary British rockers Spinal Tap have also come to their senses, and are planning to reform for this summer's Live Earth concert being organized by Al Gore (for more info on Live Earth, check out our posts here and here!). The infamous trio will be performing at the London event in Wembley Stadium, and have even released a short film about their growing eco-awareness. Director Rob Reiner explained the band's motivations for embracing activism:
"They're not that environmentally conscious, but they've heard of global warming. Nigel thought it was just because he was wearing too much clothing - that if he just took his jacket off it would be cooler."
The band will also be releasing a new single, Warmer Than Hell, to raise awareness of the ecological crisis we are facing, and Reiner even provided The Guardian with a sneak peak of the moving and inspiring lyrics:
"The devil went to Devon, it felt like the fourth degree/He said, 'Is it hot in here, or is it only me?'"
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