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58 Responses to “Julian Bah: Inri, the Rebirth Section”
I think i might have snow blindness from the blatant overexposure in this edit. I think i saw a rollerblader somewhere there in the white haze. But could someone please check to see if the music track from an old timey river jig got accidentally dubbed over the original music. My old eyes and ears hurt.
This is so much better than anything I’ve seen recently. And I think everyones right, when you don’t have to hear that shitty music, its actually really enjoyable. Also I think the trick selection was a interesting batch of clip’s we don’t get to see from Julian.
^ i agree, he is a fuckin goon “show you how i do ‘case y’all ma’fuckers don’t no” shut up man, talking in that retarded ghetto slang. but when he stops being a dick and just skates he is goooood to watch. trash can was slick!
2 of the lamest people in blading, J.Bah and SeanC. The skating was great as expected but putting out the best section in the video will not make people want to buy this shit. Julian is forever blacklisted from all boot companies. Sean needs some rogain and a paternity test for that baby girl. Sort your lives out you stupid fucks!
that was sick…you haters…music was nice .. WHITENING OUT OF THE EXPOSURE WAS NICE AND ORIGINAL AND THAT SKATING WAS SICK! SO PLEASE SHUT UP KEYBOARD GAYS. YOU CANT HATE ON THIS IT MAKES YOUR EYES BLEED.
Can’t remember, when I last watched a profile over and over again. But this one got me. If I would have heard either the music or seen the skating alone, I would have not imagined that they will work so well together. But thats the magic, when talent of a skater and subtile feel in editing come together. Thats what our sport is missing. There should be the industry, which really cares about quality products, instead of marketing themselves all the time thru crispy video edits (i.e. latest GC video) and let independent videographers do the job to create a culture for rollerblading. That’s what goes wrong right now in my opinion!