Baron at the helm for music and Rowley for being insanely good at skateboarding.
Flip has taken a unique approach to the music in the impending "Extremely Sorry" video. They have enlisted the skill of UK DJ, DJ Baron, who has been working with Geoff Rowley, the Flip team and various artists to create a soundtrack with an eclectic mix of music that fits each skater's style. You can see a snippet of the music in the unreal miniramp throw aways of David Gonzalez. "EXTREMELY SORRY has been 4 years in the making," said Baron, "and the most insane journey I have been on. The music was made to serve the skateboarding and the skateboarding is epic." Flip has partnered with Volcom Entertainment
to release and market the album, which will be availabe in stores on 10/20/09. What this all seems to mean is that the Flip video is no longer just a distant release, constantly talked about, but never seen. I would guess that the soundtrack would be released some time around when the video is released. It stands to be the third and gnarliest installment in the Sorry trilogy, with Geoff Rowley, Tom Penny (I think), Lance Mountain, Bob Burnquist, Mark Appleyard, David Gonzalez, Curren Caples, Lil' Louie Lopez and Luan De Oliveira. Keep checking here for release dates.