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A Look Back: DogTown & Z-Boys

LP12 Double Vinil (Coloured)

Available from 20/10/2021

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29.70 € 33.00 €

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FU MANCHU - A LOOK BACK: DOGTOWN & Z-BOYS
(LTD.PURPLEBLUE & GREEN VINYL)
A Look Back - DogTown & Z-Boys is the first short documentary by legendary
artist/photographer Glen E. Friedman. The film looks back on an essential period in the
history of skateboarding, but more directly on how the original award winning
documentary affected the original surviving members of that influential team (Tony Alva,
Stacy Peralta, Peggy Oki, Wentzle Ruml and others) and what they thought about the
original film itself, 20 years after its release.
Fu Manchu provided the entire soundtrack for the film with the songs personally curated
by Glen E. Friedman. This official soundtrack recording release features all 9 tracks
featured in the film in the order that they appear. The music spans the band's entire
career from "Free And Easy (Summer Girls)" from the band's 1994 debut album, No One
Rides For Free, to "Il Mostro Atomico" featuring Alex Lifeson of Rush, from their most
recent full length album, Clone Of The Universe. This is the only release from the band
that features two instrumentals: "Out To Sea" from 2004's Start The Machine and
"Hanglider," which was originally released on the Japanese version of 2000's King Of The
Road.
This limited edition double LP run is pressed on one purple and one green vinyl and
features an etching from legendary skater, Lance Mountain. The gatefold jacket features
rare photos from Glen E. Friedman including an incredible shot of the late Jay Adams
across the inside. All tracks were remastered specifically for this vinyl release.
The vinyl version is three-sided plus etched D-side, one purpleblue, one green LP.
TRACKLISTING: 01. TRAPEZE FREAK 02. TRAVEL AGNT 03. HANGLIDER 04. MONGOOSE
05. OUT TO SEA 06. THE L.

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