V/A Soundtrack from the motion picture : "Born to lose" 1997 Bomp ! 320 kbps
IGGY & THE STOOGES : Tights pants / Loose is good / THE LAZY COWGIRLS : A little sex & death / THE ZEROS : Baby's gotta her way / WHITE FLAG : Don't give it away / I can't feel it / THE STREETWALKIN' CHEETAH : Little Tokyo / THE DARLINGS : Ultra fuck / THE JONESES : Pillbox / The social distortions / THE LOVEMASTERS : Beat girl / TRASH CAN SCHOOL : Silver surfer / BLACK ANGEL 'S DEATH SONG : Danceteria / It sucks / THE BEES : Goin' down / THE ZEROS : Black & white / THE JONESES : Criminals / SACRED HEARTS : This ain't our last goodbye /I have no idea / BED OF EYES : Pain killer / FANCY LADS : Frustration / TEXAS TERRI & THE STIFF ONES : Situation / THE SPOILERS : Liquor store / THE MODERN LOVERS : I'm straight .
In this gritty independent drama, Stevie (Joseph Rye) is the lead singer of an up-and-coming Southern California punk band called the Spoilers. Stevie has both pipes and charisma, and the band has real potential, but the Spoilers also have a huge appetite for alcohol and drugs, especially Stevie, and while the band is looking for a record deal, many labels are wary of working with a band whose singer seems to be an OD waiting to happen. While trying to get his demo heard, Stevie meets a woman (Elyse Ashton) who works in the music business, and she soon offers to help Stevie and his band. She also falls in love with Stevie, but once she becomes involved with him, they both fall headfirst into drug addiction, and it looks likely that Stevie will die from dope long before he becomes a rock star. Born To Lose was the first feature from novice filmmaker and punk rock fan Doug Cawker; the soundtrack features performances by Iggy and the Stooges, The Modern Lovers, The Lazy Cowgirls, The Zeros, The Streetwalkin' Cheetahs, and more.
Mark Deming - All Movie Guide
Born to Lose was Doug Cawker's directorial and writing debut. Cawker also worked as the Apprentice Editor on Quentin Tarantino's highly influential "Reservoir Dogs," as well as Roger Corman's "Ultraviolet," and Michael Moore's "Canadian Bacon." Prior to his film work, Doug produced the highest rated network radio show in Canada for over six years, Toronto Blue Jays Baseball, as well as broadcasts of the World Series. He also co-produced "That Radio Show" with John Candy and engineered interview sessions with the rock band, Aerosmith. As a hobby, Cawker plays the guitar and drums and has recorded with Clash and Blue Oyster Cult producer, Sandy Pearlman .
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