Animal Bikes - Cuts

Release date: 2010
Run time: 01:02:09
Company: Animal Bikes

Tracklist / Soundtrack
Section: Artist - Title

  1. Mike Brennan: The Dirtbombs - Underdog
  2. Wormz\Marv\Jeff K\Max Gaertig: Will Taubin
  3. Dave Belcher: The Knickerbockers - Lies
  4. Mike Osso: Helen Reddy - Angie Baby
  5. Jersey Mix Song 1: Sour D and Piff James - Reality Check
  6. Jersey Mix Song 2: Robinhood Robbinrich Pacewon - Its natural
  7. Jared Washington: The O Jays - Backstabber
  8. Ralph Sinisi: Rakim - Its been a long time
  9. Vinnie Sammon: Pacewon - I declare war
  10. Mark Gralla: JJ jackson - but its alright
  11. Bob Scerbo: Old Eyes - Remember
  12. Interlude: Heather Duby - Gravity does not discriminate
  13. Edwin Delarosa: Lee Fields - Money is King
  14. Peoples mix: Marco Polo ft. Masta Ace - Nostalgia
  15. Tyrone Williams: EPMD - Get off the bandwagon
  16. Nigel Sylvester: Nas - The message
  17. Steven Hamilton: Zager and Evans - In the year 2525
  18. Wiz: Ennio Marconne - the good, the bad and the ugly
  19. Philly mix: Philly swain - Philly on my back
  20. Tom White: Ghostface Killah - Holla
  21. Garret Hoogerhyde: Mason Williams - Classical Gas
  22. Lino Gonzalez: Termanology - Resurrection
  23. 90 East mix: Ed OG, Guru, Big shug & Crumb - Home
  24. A-Town mix: Mr Green - Hurricane
  25. Butcher: Tame one - redundantly blunted

The newest team video from Animal features Ralph Sinisi, Mike Osso, Bob Scerbo, Lino Gonzalez, Mike Brennan, Wormz, Jared Washington, Edwin Delarosa, Tyrone Williams, Tom White, Butcher, Steven Hamilton, Garret Hoogerhyde, and more


Ryan Navazio,, april 2010

I was hired to help film the video 2 years ago. It was the first time I've filmed for such a big project for such a long period of time and just handed the footage off to someone else to edit. There were times where I would go out filming all day and just drop off the tapes to Bob Scerbo and he would even handle capturing it. Bob's pretty much responsible for the modern day no bullshit video format and I trust what he does. He makes the calls and I'm helping him with what he needs by filming the team so I'm just happy I get to be a part of it all. That being said I think the video is great and it stays very true to the style that Bob pretty much invented. It's awesome considering the company has been around for 10 years and the videos have stayed the same. A lot of the original people are still involved in one way or another and that's a rare thing in BMX.
I really tried to film in a style that matched the previous Animal videos. The way Jeff Z filmed a lot of stuff in the first animal video always kind of stood out in my mind and I tried to use that as inspiration. For the most part Animal videos are not a production, my job wasn't to to re-invent how BMX videos are filmed, just to stick with what works and document the riding as I see it.