Throw Back Thursday: Montaj

Thursday, 19 September 2013

To celebrate Taj Burrow winning the Hurley Pro we thought we'd throw back to 2002 when the young Western Australian released a movie on VHS. Montaj was Taj's second movie, Sabotaj being his first, and it won the prestigious Surfer Poll Movie of the Year Award. There was no better way to hype for a surf for years after the movie's release than watching Taj and his mates pushing the boundaries. Not to mention one of the best soundtracks of all time... The Hives, 28 Days, Lords of Acid and Crazy Town!? It don't get better than that. 

This is the second time Taj has featured in our Throw Back Thursday, click here to watch Taj in Mexico.

 

 


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