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Cut (Deluxe Edition)

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Download links and information about Cut (Deluxe Edition) by The Slits. This album was released in 1979 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 02:10:04 minutes.

Artist: The Slits
Release date: 1979
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 40
Duration: 02:10:04
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Instant Hit 2:43
2. So Tough 2:40
3. Spend, Spend, Spend 3:15
4. Shoplifting 1:35
5. Fm 3:34
6. Newtown 3:48
7. Ping Pong Affair 4:15
8. Love Und Romance 2:26
9. Typical Girls 3:55
10. Adventures Close to Home 3:24
11. I Heard It Through the Grapevine 3:58
12. Liebe and Romanze (Slow Version) 4:44
13. Typical Girls (Brink Style Dub) 4:18
14. Love And Romance (John Peel BBC Radio 1 Session 1977) 2:24
15. Vindictive (John Peel BBC Radio 1 Session 1977) 2:14
16. Newtown (John Peel BBC Radio 1 Session 1977) 3:28
17. Shoplifting (John Peel BBC Radio 1 Session 1977) 1:28
18. So Tough (John Peel BBC Radio 1 Session 1977) 2:16
19. Instant Hit (John Peel BBC Radio 1 Session 1977) 2:30
20. Fm (John Peel BBC Radio 1 Session 1977) 3:34
21. I Heard It Through the Grapevine (Rough Mix) 3:44
22. Instant Hit (8 Track Demo) 2:32
23. Spend, Spend, Spend (8 Track Demo) 3:27
24. Newtown (8 Track Demo) 3:37
25. Adventures Close to Home (8 Track Demo) 3:36
26. Instant Hit (Rough Mix) 2:41
27. So Tough (Rough Mix) 2:39
28. Spend, Spend, Spend (Toast Version) 3:17
29. Shoplifting (Rough Mix) 1:38
30. Fm (Rough Mix) 3:51
31. Newtown (Rough Mix) 4:30
32. Ping Pong Affair (Rough Mix) 4:39
33. Love Und Romance (Rough Mix) 2:27
34. Typical Girls (Rough Mix) 4:16
35. Adventures Close to Home (Rough Mix) 3:26
36. So Tough (Outtake) 1:36
37. Instant Hit (Instrumental Outtake) 2:33
38. Typical Girls (Instrumental Outtake) 3:59
39. Spend, Spend, Spend (Dub Version) 3:15
40. In the Beginning, There Was Rhythm (Early Version) 5:52

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The Slits only recorded two studio albums in their (original) short career, and their debut, Cut, remains their critical apogee: it’s a must-have for fans of any level. Recorded back in the exciting dark ages of punk for an adventurous Island Records, it’s not quite as primitive-sounding as the artwork suggests, but it is raw, nervy and honest. It’s also melodic, sensual, and oddly beautiful. Blending elements of reggae and dub with an art-punk sensibility, the Slits relied on stripped-down rhythmic elements: warm wood-block beats, shimmers of cymbals, stark shards of simple guitar. Vocalist Ari Up coaxed different sounds from her throat with ease, sometimes singing in an alluring coo, or shrieking spookily, or using a chiding, singsong style. Those with a passing knowledge of the band may know their signature “Typical Girls” or their cover of Marvin Gaye’s “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” (a bonus track here), but there are plenty of other tracks worth adulation, such as chirpy opener “Instant Hit,” the exuberant “FM,” and the bouncy “Love Und Romance” along with its dub version, “Liebe and Romanze.” The 2010 Deluxe Edition contains a whopping 30 extra tracks that include demos, John Peel sessions and more.