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  • Performer: Forensics
  • Album: You Don't Have To Win, But You Have To Fight
  • FLAC: 1597 mb | MP3: 1230 mb
  • Released: 2010
  • Country: US
  • Style: Post-Hardcore
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 255
Forensics  - You Don't Have To Win, But You Have To Fight album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Swallowing 5:06
2 Crashing 3:02
3 Shouldering 2:57
4 Failed Master
Lyrics By, Performer – Ringfinger, Tracy Wilson

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Magic Bullet Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Magic Bullet Records
  • Recorded At – Sound Of Music Recording Studios
  • Mixed At – Elmwood Recording
  • Mastered At – New Alliance East Mastering
  • Recorded At – Nothing But Noise, Fairfax, VA
  • Copyright (c) – Blistered Avalon Music


  • Artwork [Forensics Logo] – Aaron Horkey
  • Band [Forensics] – Andy Buckalew, Brad Perry, Brent Eyestone, Graham Scala
  • Cover [Painting] – Daniel Danger
  • Engineer – John Morand
  • Layout, Design – Brent Eyestone
  • Lyrics By – Brent Eyestone (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Mastered By – Nick Zampiello
  • Mixed By – John Congleton
  • Producer – Forensics
  • Recorded By [Some Vocals] – Ben Mellott
  • Written-By – Forensics


Issued in a 4-panel ecopak (cardboard- / digisleeve).

Recorded in Richmond, VA at Sound Of Music.
Mixed in Dallas, TX at Elmwood Recording.
Mastered in Cambridge, MA at New Alliance East.
Some vocals recorded at Nothing But Noise.

All Songs © 2009 Blistered Avalon Music (SESAC)

This Album is Dedicated to the Gentlemen at Stomping Grounds.
Thank You for Doing it Right.

C&P 2009. www.magicbulletrecords.com
This is Magic Bullet #125. Thank you.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (On sticker): 7 90168 65362 9
  • Barcode (String): 790168653629
  • Matrix / Runout: >MA2444 B9A09J
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L532
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9220

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MBR125 Forensics You Don't Have To Win, But You Have To Fight ‎(10", EP, Ltd, Red) Magic Bullet Records MBR125 US 2010
MBR125 Forensics You Don't Have To Win, But You Have To Fight ‎(10", EP, Ltd) Magic Bullet Records MBR125 US 2010
mlb125 Forensics You Don't Have To Win, But You Have To Fight ‎(10", Num, TP, Red) Magic Bullet Records mlb125 US 2010

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Have you ever needed someone so bad But he ain't willing to make it last? Sometimes you gotta lose to win again. If it makes you cry, cry, cry And all you do is fight Can't get no sleep at night Sometimes you gotta lose to win again. Lose to Win. Исполнитель.

A relationship we have to fight for isn’t worth saving. Fighting is the wrong word. We have to do a lot of things to make a relationship work. The list gets long, but it should never include fighting. If you’re fighting to keep someone, you should consider letting them go. They’re probably not worth the trouble. That sounds cold, but you’re doing them a solid. The person you’re dating now will never change without a catalyst. You can be their wake-up call.

My advice to you is not to fall into the trap of such words of wisdom uttered by the great men who connect the dots after they have reached to the goalpost  . If people fight with you, it does not mean that you are going to win. What is said in the quotation reflects the experiences of Mahatma Gandhi. However, the life story of every person is not the same.

You Don't Have to Say You Love Me is the fourth album of singer Dusty Springfield to be released in the USA, issued on the Philips Records label in 1966. The album was more or less a retitled re-issue of Springfield's British album Ev'rything's Coming Up Dusty, recorded and released in 1965, with the addition of the two hit singles "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me" and "Little By Little", both released in 1966

A Reason to Fight Lyrics. The image in your eyes Reflecting the pain that has taken you I hear it in your voice, so ridden with shame From what's ailing you. I won't give up, so don't give in You've fallen down, but you can rise again So don't give up. When the demon that's inside you is ready to begin And it feels like it's a battle that you will never win When you're aching for the fire and begging for your sin When there's nothing left inside, there's still a reason to fight

But, I don’t think that this Lone Druid is a super strong or a super good pick for us. The hero has 40% win rate or something like that. It’s not that much, to be honest, but for some reason, people are still scared of it. iNSaNiA told us at the StarLadder Minor that he finds this hero truly OP right now. Don’t you agree with him? I agree that he is a strong hero, but you need to pick him later in the draft because if the enemy team knows how to play against Lone Druid, they will counter you super hard. When are you going to see your Visage again? I don’t know. Valve, Icefrog, please help me!.

You don't have to be a bodybuilder to be in ready fighting shape. Part 3. Using Your Head. Can I win a fight against a fat, strong man if I am skinny and fast? Community Answer. Yes, you possibly could. Don't fight unless you have to. Fist fights can end with broken noses, lawsuits, and even in extreme cases, jail-time. Only fight if you have no other alternative and must defend yourself.

Are there parameters you have to work within or is it uncharted territory? I give him everything and he’s either inspired to write over it or he’s not. For every 10 songs I give him, two might turn into a Hoobastank song. I’ve had him walk in my room sometimes and I go, Sit down, listen to this. I see the smirk on his face and I go, What? He says, Nothing. I’m just trying to figure out what I would do over this. On Fight or Flight we have a song called 1000 Words. I wrote the music to it probably five years ago, gave it to Doug, and in my e-mail I said, Write three different melodies over this. He did. He had these ideas and the song sat there. He sang over it, made up the words as he went along, and the demo sat there. One day, Jesse and Chris were in my car and I put in a CD with a bunch of ideas. They heard it and they liked it.