Yeah Right! By Chocolate Skateboards, Crailtap, Girl Skateboards | Skate Sonr

Yeah Right! is one of the most famous skate films of all time. It is considered to be one of the first films to use slow motion recording to showcase the beauty, style, and skill that it takes to accomplish tricks on a skateboard. It also uses special effects in a way that heightens the visuals for the viewer to fake tricks that normally would be impossible to land, and in a way, that fits the title of the film perfectly. Even though we all know those special effects tricks were fake, we all wondered in the back of our mind, "wait, maybe it's not fake and they truly did land that trick", and that's the beauty of this film. It stays engraved in your mind like no other long after you watch it as you start to see impossible obstacles in a new way.

The soundtrack is also fairly long and very diverse to fit every skater and every scene perfectly. Whoever worked on putting the soundtrack together definitely put in the research of music in a time where the internet existed but not with the ease of services like Spotify or Apple Music of today.

For these reasons and more, Yeah Right! will forever be a classic to everyone in the skate community.

Duration: 1 hour 11 minutes
Category: Full Length
Sport: Skateboarding
Attribution: SkateVideoSite
Description Track Starts At
Keenan Milton 01:47
Intro 03:50
Intro 06:00
Brandon Biebel 07:38
Magic Board Scene 10:15
Brian Anderson 13:50
Marc Johnson 16:50
Marc Johnson 17:40
Chococolate Montage 20:50
Mike York 25:40
Justin Eldridge 29:00
Gino Iannucci 30:25
Owen Wilson 32:39
Robbie McKinley 34:50
Girl Montage 37:02
Paul Rodriguez (P-Rod) 42:40
Paul Rodriguez (P-Rod) 44:30
Jereme Rogers 46:20
Jereme Rogers 46:47
Mike Carroll 49:00
Rick McCrank 52:15
Rick McCrank 52:45
Invisible Board Scene 56:10
Eric Koston 58:00
Credits 01:04:15
Bonus Keenan Milton
Bonus Keenan Milton
Bonus Brian Anderson
Bonus Mike Carrol
Bonus Eric Koston
Bonus Gino Iannucci
Bonus Keenan Milton
Bonus Keenan Milton
Bonus Slideshow
Bonus Slideshow
Bonus Slideshow

How many genres were used and how many tracks were part of each genre.

Genre Count
Rock 12
Alternative 10
Hip-Hop/Rap 9
Pop 8
Hip Hop/Rap 7
Indie Rock 6
Dance 5
Adult Alternative 4
Electronic 4
R&B/Soul 4
Bop 3
Electronica 3
Hip-Hop 3
Jazz 3
Alternative Rap 2
East Coast Rap 2
Funk 2
Hard Rock 2
Prog-Rock/Art Rock 2
Soul 2
Soundtrack 2
Underground Rap 2
Arena Rock 1
bebop 1
Breakbeat 1
Classical 1
College Rock 1
Contemporary R&B 1
Dirty South 1
Disco 1
Gangsta Rap 1
Hardcore Rap 1
Metal 1
Pop/Rock 1
Punk 1
Quiet Storm 1
Spoken Word 1

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