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93 'Til Infinity
Written by Bill Cobham (as Billy Cobham), A. Plus (as Adam Carter), Opio Lindsey, Tajai Massey and Damani Thompson
Performed by Souls of Mischief
Courtesy of RCA Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Entertainment
Contains a sample of "Heather"
Performed by Bill Cobham (as Billy Cobham)
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
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Like the 90's if you were there
This movie was the 90's skate scene to a T. The music, a mix of punk, indie and hip hop, the clothes, baggy pants and 2XL tees, drugs, underage drinking, and of course street skating.
If you were there, you know, if not you can experience a time that will never come back. Skating is not the outlaw thing you do to escape your sh!tty life anymore, it's city built skateparks and X games.
That's why this film hits hard. Everyone who was around then had their crew and every crew had the jokester, the pro, the poor kid and the hanger-on who wasn't really good but a nice dude so you kept him. That's what Stevie is in this film and that's why you feel for him.
Jonah Hill has made an authentic time capsule into the mid 90's that feels real and not forced.
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