At some point, the definition of surf music changed dramatically. Gone are the fresh-faced, sweater-vest-clad instro combos drowning in waves of reverb. Today, the surf rocker is a tanned, chilled-out bro who knows a couple of chords on the ol' acoustic that are best played in beach campfire settings. And if he's Jack Johnson, he sells millions of albums worldwide, with hippie cults blindly worshipping. This soundtrack to a surfers-with-conscience doc has three Johnson joints, two by his buddy Matt Costa, and Eddie Vedder gets down with a solo acoustic ditty called Goodbye that's surprisingly affecting. Where the hell are Donovan Frankenreiter and G. Love? Thankfully, non-Johnson tracks by Norway's Kings of Convenience, the Beta Band, a cool Astor Piazzolla remix and Doug Martsch (Built to Spill) balance out the disc, saving it from surfer-dude dullness. Plus, the insert is printed on 100 per cent post-consumer waste!