Born To Lose | Saints Gone Wrong

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Saints Gone Wrong

by Born To Lose

Street punk anthems and oi-infused rock from these Texas legends.
Genre: Metal/Punk: American Punk
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1. The Great Beyond
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2. Saints Gone Wrong
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3. Long Hard Road
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4. Let It Go
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5. Soundtrack
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6. Ante Up
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7. Memories
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8. We Won't Forget
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9. My Mortality
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10. Ol' Number 6
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11. Give Us Hate
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12. Boozin' And Whorin'
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Album Notes
Born To Lose is an all-out punk-rock assault that combines beer-drenched vocals, sing-along choruses and high voltage guitar licks to create fist pumping anthems that make you remember why you fell in love with punk rock in the first place. They’ve been called everything from “Street Punk” to “Pub Rock”, but one thing’s for sure, no labels are gonna stop’em from serving up their own brand of Texas flavored punk rock.

The guys had been kicking around Austin and cutting their teeth in other bands for a couple years before they all eventually found their way into Born To Lose in 2000. After a few years and many beers in and around Texas, they decided to take the circus on the road. A couple records and thousands of miles later, Born To Lose is still at it, touring the good ol’ U. S. of A. and Europe, supporting their new record “Saints Gone Wrong” on Altercation Records.


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Philip Russick

Not Bad at All
This is actually a decent Oi/Punk record. My favorite song would have to be Saints Gone Wrong but I think with a little more refinement the band could go a lot farther. They have the potential. Sounds very similar to Dropkick Murphys


Hell Yeah!
Grat disc! no nonsense fist in the air punk rock the way it\'s supposed to be.
I love it!