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At the rate videos come out nowadays, it's easy for some to be forgotten about, but some parts—like James Brockman in 2009's Strange World—will remain classic.
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Some video parts have a trick-by-trick blueprint laid out before they're even filmed. Josh narrates his Alien Workshop part from 2000, which showcases how he skates every day and why he's a legend.
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With all of the smooth and consistent skating it makes sense that Nyjah's favorite video part is P-Rod's from Yeah Right.
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Rodrigo TX introduces Marcus McBride's classic part from Deca's Sneak Preview video. Here comes the boom.
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If you're ever in a long-winded, skate nerd debate about "good style" and BA's name doesn't come up, that means you're talking to kooks.Corey Duffel introduces a true classic.
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Abdias Rivera introduces his favorite part from Zero's 1999 fast-edit, no-filler epic. Watch as Adrian rips and locks into some of the gnarliest backside tailslides ever.
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This 1996 FTC vid had its own unique vibe: Hammers for sure, but also an emphasis on every-day spots and smooth lines. And, the skating of Mike and Rick has always complemented each other.
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For today's Classics, Tyler Surrey takes us back to 1998: It's Lil' B, from Shorty's Fulfill the Dream.
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A skate prodigy who made his mark in the most influential vid of all time. The best comeback in skate history nearly 20 years later with Fully Flared. And now a KOTR 2011 win with Lakai. Long live Mariano!
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Each team has their own unique, epic experience on King of the Road. Here's a glimpse at what Johnny Layton, Ethan Fowler, Diego Bucchieri, and the others went through.
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The King of the Road issue never fails to serve up its own special recipe for brutality. This year, reigning champs Birdhouse went head to head with Element and Flip in an all-out no-holds-barred battle for the crown. Beers were butt-chugged, records were shattered (along with a leg) and insanity ensued with every page turn of the book. Included with this issue is the Hell of a Year DVD which contains the heaviest hits from thrashermagazine.com in 2014.
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