‘Extremely Sorry’ movie soundtrack out next month

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By November 20, 2009 September 8th, 2016 World

Flip’s Extremely Sorry‘ featuring Motorhead, Slayer and Snoop Dogg will be released on December 7 via Volcom Entertainment.


The soundtrack was produced in Southern California by UK premier league Producer and DJ, Baron.

Baron is known in the UK for his drum and bass productions and work with record label Breakbeat Kaos. Two of his tracks have reached number one on the UK Dance Charts and his releases are featured heavily on Radio 1.

As well as Baron’s contributions, he also collaborated with Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead), Dave Lombardo (Slayer), Jim Lindberg (Pennywise), Mack Winston (Mack Winston And The Reflections), Black Mountain, ((Sounder)), Early Man, Snoop Dogg and Warren G.

The album is said to cover a vast spectrum of genres including experimental and Industrial.  It features a cover of Ben E. King’s Stand By Me‘ (featuring Lemmy Kilmister and Dave Lombardo).

Baron worked closely with director and star of the film Geoff Rowley, to score original songs that match up with each skater’s personal style,

Baron said, “‘Extremely Sorry‘ has been four years in the making and the most insane journey I have been on. The music was made to serve the skateboarding and the skateboarding is epic.”

Flip Skateboards was founded in 1991 as a vision to create a modernized skateboard brand, incorporating the highest levels of riders from all ages and genres.

Listen to previews here.

Watch the trailer for ‘Extremely Sorry’ below:

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