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Skateboarding DVD Video Review:Strange Notes: Covers, Baby

Strange Notes Issues 1 - 6 - DVD Skateboarding Snowboarding skateboard snowboard DVD Video Review Five Star skateboard DVD review rating

Released: 2007
Rating: 5 Stars

Andrew Reynolds, Kellen James, Chad Muska, David Gonzalez, Peter Hewitt, Ted DeGros, Cairo foster, Silas Baxter-Neal, Louie Barletta, Colt Cannon, Caswell Berry, Nestor Judkins, Omar Salazar, Adam Alfaro, Dan Drehobl, Nilton Neves, David Gravette, Marius Syvanen, Sid Melvin, Tommy Fynn, Lee Smith, Alex Moul, Jordan Hoffart, Jerry Hsu and more...

This review is based on the free DVD that came shrinked with subscription copies of The Skateboard Mag's June 2007, issue #39.

Free stuff rules - especially when it is shipped right to your door. It's also cool to drop into your local sk8 shop and find a freebie for the taking. How often do you find something for nothing? Not often enough for my liking. The best part of this free DVD from Strange Notes is the quality. This disc rocks! With amazing skating, pro interviews, contests and all sorts of random stuff, it's amazing that it doesn't cost anything (unless you had to buy it on ebay). It even has a bonus section!

Speaking of covers, baby...
There's a cool behind-the-scenes look at Cairo's handstand rails slide in the upcoming Krux video. Scumbag photographer, Sponge-E, is dying to get the ultimate shot. Pissed off, Cairo pulls an amazing trick. Check out the green-screen and cable to see how they pulled it off.

There's an interview with Andrew Reynolds and a cool part with Kellen James before David Gonzalez tears up a park (skating; not tossing shrubbery about and such). Chad Muska tells us about his favorite things which seem to be mixing and DJ equipment... and being stoned. The NJ Skate Shop gets a small segment and the new layout at the Tampa Am looks pretty cool during the footy they show there. Peter Hewitt tells us what's up and the Krux Truck team goes globe trotting.

This isn't the kind of flick you sit down and study, but drop it in and slam a few beers. You'll play this one more than once. More, depending on how drunk you get. Enjoy - freebies only come so often and rarely are they this good!

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