|A1||One More Boring Night In Adelaide|
|A3||Critique In G|
|A5||Peter The Cabby|
|B5||Letter To B.J.|
|ELPS 4184||Redgum||If You Don't Fight You Lose (LP, Album, RE)||Epic||ELPS 4184||Australia||1981|
|RCD 9084||Redgum||If You Don't Fight You Lose (CD, Album, RE)||Rainbow||RCD 9084||Australia||Unknown|
|RCD 1121||Redgum||If You Don't Fight You Lose (CD, Album, RE)||Rainbow||RCD 1121||Australia||Unknown|
|RSV 023||Redgum||If You Don't Fight You Lose (Cass, Album, RE)||Rainbow||RSV 023||Australia||1978|
|EPC 4184||Redgum||If You Don't Fight You Lose (Cass, Album, RE)||Epic||EPC 4184||Australia||1981|
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A1 One More Boring Night In Adelaide A2 Carrington Cabaret A3 Critique In G A4 Beaumont Rag A5 Peter The Cabby A6 . Australia B1 Raggin' B2 So Goodbye B3 Poor Ned B4 Killing Floor B5 Letter To .
If You Don't Fight You Lose is the first album by Redgum. The title is taken from a line in the song "Killing Floor". It was originally released on vinyl and cassette. It has never been re-released, although some tracks were included on the 2004 Redgum collection Against the Grain.
Also known as. English. If You Don't Fight You Lose.
Из альбома: If You Don’t Fight You Lose.
Only 19", "I Was Only 19" or "A Walk in the Light Green" is the most widely recognised song by Australian folk group Redgum. The song was released in March 1983 as a single, which hit number one on the national Kent Music Report Singles Chart for two weeks. It was also recorded for Redgum's live album Caught in the Act (Epic Records) released in June, which stayed in the top 40 of the Kent Music Report Albums Chart for four months
If you don't perform religious duty of fighting, you'll lose your reputation as fighter" - Proper interpretation. If you don't fight, you'll lose what you want"! - Improper interpretation which may leads to If you don't fight for what you want, don't cry for what you lost? - Wrong message. Hope this would clear the confusion and lead to original message of Bhagavad Gita.