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1) Lost Cause (nowadays known as Loost Koos) was a Finnish underground hiphop group consisting of MC Särre, DJ Arsi and Väiski. Their releases include “It’s All Happenin’” 7” (Fjuu Records, 2002), “Bustickets EP” (Fjuu Records, 2003), “Mad Sex Rap” (not on label, 2004) and “Spins / Rappers Know Better / A Thousand Knifefights” 12” (not on label, 2005).

2) An early 80’s southern Californian band that played great simple straight ahead punk/core. Lost Cause played the typical cali sounding punk/core and did it with style. They only released a self titled 7’’ E.P. and a LP.

3) A mid 80’s to early 90’s hardcore band from Madison, WI.

4) Late 80’s punk band from Chicago.

5) A 5 piece band hailing from Nottingham. They play their own distorted mix of metal, prog and punk (2006-2009)

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  • thisisahiijack

    i've been on the search for an mp3 from what i believe is a band called 'lost cause' for almost a decade now. it was back when mp3.com was worth a damn, they were a melodic punk band, possibly from jersey (definitely had a jersey sound) and the main song i remember had a chorus that included the line 'what are friends for' and the verse mentioned going to the liquor store. i reaaallllly want to hear this song again. if someone can help, please message me.

    24 Mar 2010 Reply
  • kalavinka

    The description is not for the Lost Cause band I'm looking for. They sang Cusak and Right or Wrong. Leave me a comment if you know more about this band--I haven't been able to find info.

    26 Apr 2008 Reply