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The third Installment from Mindgame, BANG! will make you reevaluate everything you thought you knew about tricks, style and editing. It brings rolling to heights never before imagined. Witness the masters who blend creativity & fluidity.
Song: Matthew Cooker – Thanks Eddie (Clean Version).
Mindgame, Bang: Full Video + Soundtrack Listing.
April 2011 Repost.
A follow up to what some will say is the best video ever made.
Soundtrack courtesy of Rolling Videos.
- Intro: The Stranglers – Peaches
- Aaron Feinberg 1: The Beatles – I am The Walrus
- Chris Farmer 1: Local H – Hands on The Bible
- Friends: Bon Jovi – Wanted Dead or Alive
- Dustin Latimer 1: Gorillaz – Sound Check
- Credits: John Lennon – Mindgames
- Chris Farmer 2: El-P – Delorean
- Aaron Feinberg 2 Intro: The Stone Temple Pilots – Wet My Bed
- Aaron Feinberg 2: Ours – Fallen Souls
- Dustin Latimer 2: The Faint – Ballad of a Paralyzed Citizen
- Crescendo: The String Quartet – Stairway to Heaven
I’ve always thought there should be a section of all this stuff online so I selfishly made one for all of us to enjoy and be inspired by.
Quality is an underrated DVD (by JB Snyder and Dustin Latimer). I hope this gets more people to check it out along with Latimer’s section in Lonnie Gallegos Feet (filmed in the same era). Special guest Sagona doing a wheelybird in Xsjados.
Song: Boards of Canada – everything you do is a balloon. Thanks Joey.
- (2000) Mindgame, Brain Fear Gone (full video + soundtrack).
- (2002) Mindgame, Words (full video + soundtrack | b-roll).
- (2003) Xsjado [new frames] Edit
- (2004) Mindgame, Bang (full video + soundtrack).
- (2005) Xsjado [new skates] Edit.
- (2005) Feet by Lonnie Gallegos (full video).
- (2006) Mindgame, Accidental Machines.
Video from the “DL” Dvd (2008).
Podcast #72: Chris Haffey (MP3)
Podcast #71: Sean Cullen (MP3)
Dustin Latimer Interview by Joey McGarry
It took me a few years before I could wrap my head around your second Words section. Where did some of those movement ideas come from?
Just where I was in life. Different possibilities and creations manifested and adapted to what apparatus lied near. Rollerblading is free moving unlike fixed postures like skateboarding, biking, etc… So just exploring the freedom and trying to give awareness to others to possibilities that lie outside of the preconceptions.
Do you practice yoga and/or meditation? Or do you not and I just assume you do?
Yes, as all do in their own way, for without unification with the entirety of self, separations delusional insanity lures. How can one be other than that which they are? Yoga/ Meditation, religion are but pathways and means of really seeing and being the being I/you/we are.
How long have you been doing it and how did you get into it?
I got into basic hatha Yoga by the showings of Shane Coburn in the early Mindgame days and since have followed and found my own path of unification… [...]
Check the full Interview on Mushroomblading.com.
Photos courtesy of Todd McInerney.
Other tricks from the likes of Arlo Eisenberg, Robert Lievanos, Brooke Howard Smith, BJ Bernhart, Eric Schrijn, Fridolin Eelbo, Louie Zamora, Murda, Dom Sagona and many more.
Courtesy of rollingvideos.com.
- Intro: DJ Shadow – What Does Your Soul Look Like (pt.2)
- Jon Elliott: Pink Floyd – Time
- Omar Wysong: Krayzie Bone feat. Snoop Dogg – The War iz On
- Friends: Michael Jackson – Billy Jean
- Brian Shima 1: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Last Dance w/ Mary Jane
- Brian Shima 2: Nirvana – Something in the Way
- Crashes: Mott the Hoople – All the Young Dudes
- Dustin Latimer 1: Cirque Du Soleil – Rumeurs
- Dustin Latimer 2: Cirque Du Soleil – Ombra
- Aaron Feinberg: Foreigner – Juke Box Hero
Originally posted in march 2009.
USD All-Star’s “Weekend in Arizon” edit featuring Dustin Latimer & Kevin Gillan.
Edited by Lonnie Gallegos. Filmed by Erick Rodriguez, Rachard Johnson and Lonnie Gallegos.