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Feedback
Transworld
1999, 48 minutes
Current Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Transworld’s eighth production features street skating from an all-star lineup, including: Muska, Rowley, A.V.E and other skaters with cool sounding names. Unlike many videos, each skater’s part starts off with a short intro, which gives some insight into the skater’s personality. Along with the major faces are also a whole slew of other recognizable names that contribute. The soundtrack is the usual diverse Transworld blend, from rock to disc-jock.

Petray August 05, 2002

Feedback is one of the best Transworld videos out there. It features an awesome line up of rippers, lots of good tunes, and interesting little clips throughout the video. One of my favorite parts of the video is the “How Jason Met Anthony” section. Too bad it's somewhat short. I also liked Philly skater’s part with Mike’s big guns, Kerry’s perfect tech, and Bam’s creativity. The Pixies song is an added bonus. Grec’s explanation of “mob” and Andrew Reynolds’ hammers are also great. All of the skaters in this vid have worthy parts, so if you like any of them this video is definitely worth checking out.

Petray

Squarepusher August 20, 2004

Sometimes skater introductions hurt me. You get so many guys who sound totally rehearsed speaking "freely" about their friends and fellow skaters that you just want to jam your thumb down on the fast-forward button. There were elements of that here, but many of the intros actually capture the skaters' personalities without sounding cheesy or uninformed. Still, the skating was so wonderful to watch that my thumb tension was relieved temporarily. I have a soft spot for Bam's skating (even though I can't place my finger on exactly why), and it was great to see his part in conjunction with Getz and Maldonado. And that segment is indicative of much of the video. It's a mix of styles that blend well together and skaters that obviously enjoy what they're doing. It's refreshing, and even though not entirely consistent as a whole video (I think Transworld often run their videos a bit long), it's worth seeing multiple times.

Squarepusher

What to Expect:


Featured Skaters:
Jason Dill
Kerry Getz
Mike Maldonado
Bam Margera
Neal Mims
Chad Muska
Andrew Reynolds
Geoff Rowley
Arto Saari
Anthony Van Engelen


Also Appearing:
There are 66 other skaters that appear in this video for a few tricks. They deserve credit too.


Sound Track:
If you dig the music from Feedback, check out the soundtrack for it.

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