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Something To Lose - Brix & The Extricated - Something To Lose (Vinyl)

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  1. Brilliant straight up rock n roll from iconic alt rock legend Brix and her Fall-en boys. I really like this record- it rocks. I especially like swamp rock growler Something to lose, and Hollywood which hasn’t stopped going round my head for days. Sounded enormous live. Vicious lyrics and sharp riffs, backed by the legendary Hanley engine room /5(7).
  2. Part 2, an Album by Brix & The Extricated. Released 22 September on Blang (catalog no. BLANG73CD; CD).
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Part 2 - Brix & the Extricated, Brix Smith on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Part 2 - Brix & the Extricated, Brix Smith on AllMusic - Something to Lose. Brix & the Extricated / Brix Smith Start. Brix & the.
  4. BRIX & THE EXTRICATED - Part 2 - abemimtunomap.quiwheewablidedansperagdolitagi.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your address Best Sellers Customer Service New Releases Whole Foods Find a Gift.
  5. Brix & The Extricated are an English alternative band, formed in in Manchester by Brix Smith-Start, Stephen Hanley, Paul Hanley, Steven Trafford and Jason Brown (4). The band formed following the launch event for Steve Hanley's autobiography 'The Big Midweek' (four of the five members were one-time members of The Fall).
  6. Unfortunately we don't have the lyrics for the song "Something To Lose" yet. We have added the song to our site without lyrics so that you can listen to it and tell others what you think of it. We at LetsSingIt do our best to provide all songs with lyrics. We have a large team of moderators working on this day and night. Or perhaps you can help.
  7. Critical reception. It was released to critical acclaim, awarded 9/10 by Marc Burrows of Drowned in Sound, who, acknowledging that three of the band are ex-Fall members, wrote "the new songs are what really impress, glowing with a sparky freshness few saw coming. Groups made from former members of another band aren’t meant to transcend the nostalgia circuit.".

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