Lose It

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This article is about the song by Supergrass. For the song by Cartel, see Lose It (Cartel song).
"Lose It"
Single by Supergrass
from the album I Should Coco
B-side "Caught by the Fuzz" (acoustic)
Released March 1995 (US)
Format 7"
Recorded Sawmills Studio
1994
Genre Britpop, pop punk
Length 2:34
Label Sub Pop
Writer(s) Supergrass
Producer(s) Sam Williams
Supergrass singles chronology
"Mansize Rooster"
(1995)
"Lose It"
(1995)
"Lenny"
(1995)

"Lose It" is a song by Britpop band Supergrass. It was released as a single from their debut album I Should Coco. Officially, it is the third single taken from the album, however, it was a vinyl-only US release on Sub Pop Records. Only 2,500 copies were originally pressed in 1995, making it somewhat of a rarity, but it is believed more copies have been pressed in the following years.[1] On the strength of imports, it reached #75 in the UK singles chart in 1995.[2]

Formats and track listings[edit]

7" SP281

  1. "Lose It" (2:34)
  2. "Caught by the Fuzz" (Acoustic) (2:28)

Music videos[edit]

The video for "Lose It" is featured exclusively in the extras section on the Supergrass is 10 DVD.

Other music videos[edit]

As well as there being a music video for "Lose It", there was a video for the acoustic version of Caught by the Fuzz. This was filmed in the same fashion as the original Caught by the Fuzz music video except using different footage, and with the addition of some scenes of Morris dancers.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Strange Ones Supergrass Site
  2. ^ "Supergrass". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 16 July 2013. 

External links[edit]