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Music: The Rapture – Out of the Races and on to the track, Siouxsie & the Banshees – Spellbound.
In late summer of 2005 Jon Elliott, Jan Welch and Chris Peel started Vicious Bearing company. A month later the vicious tour left San Diego for a tour through Southern California and Arizona. This edit features skating from Sean Santamaria, Jeff Stockwell, Chris Cheshire and Pancho Barerra.
May 2010 Repost.
Soundtrack courtesy of Rollingvideos.
- Intro: Ratatat – Seventeen Years.
- Chris Haffey Intro: The Dresden Dolls – Coin Operated Boy.
- Chris Haffey: Interpol – Evil.
- Friends/Tour Section: The Postal Service – Such Great Heights.
- Pat Lennen: Scott Walker – Jackie.
- The Rat Pack: The Cure – Jumping Someone’s Else’s Train.
- Brian Shima: The Clash – London Calling.
- Alex Broskow 1: The Rapture – Out of the Races and on to the track.
- Alex Broskow 2: Siouxsie & the Banshees – Spellbound.
- Credits: Donovan – Hurdy Gurdy Man.
- Credits Part 2: Spandau Ballet – To cut a long story short.
- Bonus: Henry Hubbard: The Epoxies – Need more time.
- Bonus: Haffey Remix: The dresden dolls – Girl anachronism.
- Bonus: Bloodstains: Agent Orange – Living In Darkness.
- Bonus: Slow Mo: Aphex Twin – Avril 14th.
- Bonus: Santee Antics: Dead Milkmen – Takin’ Retards To The Zoo.
- Bonus: Lennen Remix: Ugly Casanova – Things I don’t remember.
Quoting Jan Welch:
This was the first major video I came out with, which was distributed by Video Action Sports.
Features skating from Texas as well as footage from a long road trip I made with Lonnie Gallegos to San Diego, Los Angeles and the Bay Area.
Features profiles on Robert Guerrero, Chris Fleener, Anthony Medina, Erick Garcia and Jared Magers.
Quoting Jan Welch:
This is one of the first video’s I ever made. It was filmed in 97/98 mainly in Austin and some in Houston, Dallas and San Antonio. Profiles on John Farmer, Lonnie Gallegos & Frank Stoner.
Featuring Jason Howard, Frank Stoner, Cory Nelson, TIm Water, Eric Shrijn, Dain Waters, Champion Baumstimler, Jon Julio, Randy Spizer, Aaron Feinberg, Shawn Robertson, John Farmer, Lonnie Gallegos, Robert Guerrero, Chris Fleener, Dion Anthony, Jon Ortiz, Shayne Skowers, Jimmy Hopkins, Matt Hermaneck & more.