Had the film Lords Of Dogtown been an entirely fictional account of some skateboarders from California in the mid-70s, you could get away with a soundtrack that included period songs by David Bowie, T.Rex, Sweet and Rod Stewart. Unfortunately, the movie is meant to depict the real-life story of Santa Monica pool raiders Tony Alva, Stacy Peralta and Jay Adams, who would've given a grip-tape facewash to anyone suspected of listening to that stuff. If KCRW host Liza Richardson - responsible for the wack Wicker Park soundtrack - had done a little more research, she'd know that Tony "Bluetile" and the Z-boys were actually skating to macho rock by Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy and War. Of the 16 tracks here, only Nazareth's Hair Of The Dog and Jimi Hendrix's Fire really ring true. Perhaps Richardson should stick to iPod commercials.