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Cut Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 1 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Red Bullet
  • ASIN: B00005UBMO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,160 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 22 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album contains the LONG kick ass version of Twilight Zone (When The Bullet Hits The Bone), which is, in my opinion, the greatest rock song of all time. While this album is short, this song MAKES the album. The Devil Made Me Do It, which is one of their most well-known songs, is silly, but enjoyable. Baby Dynamite is enjoyable, but very slow and not what one would call a rock song. The same with Future. Last Of The Mohicans is a catchy lightweight rocker. Lost And Found and Chargin' Up My Batteries are both great songs. Secrets is a slow, bluesy song. While the album could be longer, and there ARE better GE albums out there (Bloody Buccaneers!!), this is a classic and a good place to start with this band that's been around for 43 years and still kickin'.
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COMMING from left field, back in the Collective unconscious, a last grasp, almost a summation DEFINITELY one of a [count em on one HAND,true hard rock MASTERPIECES,im counting golden earring . no STONES, the others criminaly ignored,THIS one WASNT THANKS to twilight zone, IT WAS ATLEAST HEARD,although lets face it it cant touch RADAR LOVES, classic status, even morons, have to acknowledge RADAR loves, DEFINITELY one of THE TOP FIVE SONGS OF all rockn roll TIME,this is hard rock heaven, LIKE TAKE THIS rolling stones, drop kick their collective asses through the end zone, this is HOW good it GETS, THE REALLY DUMB CLINCKER STINKER IN THE WHOLE BUNCH OF great songs is the STINKER twilight zone,THAT GOLDEN EARRING alot of their greatness backfires, THE TOO TRUE,workman collective, tunes, are EXCLIPSED by their kinda encentric, GENUINE, TRY THIS AND THAT , experimentalism, DUMb BUT PROFOUND, overkill,coped a little too, HARD rockers CATERING LIKE to the punks, kinda like SOME girls, like the stones did, but the difference sometimes these guys would accieves FUSSION LIFT OFF, lets face it THE stones were WASHED Up long ago, JAGGER WAS a clown backed by playing PARODIES OF thenselves, JET LINERS to ALCUPOCOCOALLAS, canned merchandise, NOT EARRING, SO PLEASE LISTEN TO THEM WAIL away their choruses are JUST RIGEOUS,like they have perfected the art of VOCALISMS over a career HERE, thats MESMMERISING, UNIGUE, ORIGINAL, yeah yeahs COLLECTIVE , almost screams,CLASSICAL cathedrawl GODLY GOOD, HEART FELT wails, of ROCK N ROLL AUTHENTICITY,IM JUST TALKIN ABOUT THE SING ALONG SCREAMS AS CHORUSES, revolutionary and STUNNING,leaves you breathless, FOR sure you want to come back for me cause it becomes addictive, EVERYDOLLAR spent is worth it TOWARD THISGREATNESS lurking in THE PLEASURABLE listening WELLS into a FOURTH dimession,
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
A classic! April 22 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album contains the LONG kick ass version of Twilight Zone (When The Bullet Hits The Bone), which is, in my opinion, the greatest rock song of all time. While this album is short, this song MAKES the album. The Devil Made Me Do It, which is one of their most well-known songs, is silly, but enjoyable. Baby Dynamite is enjoyable, but very slow and not what one would call a rock song. The same with Future. Last Of The Mohicans is a catchy lightweight rocker. Lost And Found and Chargin' Up My Batteries are both great songs. Secrets is a slow, bluesy song. While the album could be longer, and there ARE better GE albums out there (Bloody Buccaneers!!), this is a classic and a good place to start with this band that's been around for 43 years and still kickin'.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
In Which Golden Earring Meets MTV Oct. 27 2005
By Steve Elliott - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Golden Earring, the talented Dutch foursome of long duration (they've basically had the same configuration for 40 years now, since 1965) has an amazing body of work. Many of their finest moments occurred throughout the 70s and 80s, and this period culminated with 1982's "Cut."

This well-written, well-played, accessible album made the Earring MTV favorites with the taut video for "Twilight Zone," whose film noirish atmosphere provided an effective context for the driving rhythms and urgent vocals of "Zone."

Hopefully this album will inspire new fans to explore the deep and pleasurable Earring catalog, perhaps starting with 1973's "Moontan" and its smash radio hit "Radar Love," and hopefully continuing into such landmark albums as "Switch" (1974), "To The Hilt" (1975) and "Grab It For A Second" (1978).

"Cut" will certainly remind longtime listeners why they took a shine to the Earring in the first place.

Happy listening!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Bullet Really Hit the Bone March 8 2010
By David S. Heltman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I've been a casual fan of Golden Earring since "Radar Love" was a hit, but lately I've been re-discovering them. Every song on "Cut" is a real gem. "Twilight Zone" is a great rocker, but as good as it is, it isn't the best track. My personal favorite is "Last of the Mohicans" (Dick, it's gotta good beat and ya can dance to it I give it a 95). I really had no idea these guys were as talented as they show on every album they've ever recorded. as far as I'm concerned these amazing musicians were to the Netherlands and Europe what the Beatles were to Britain. You can't go wrong purchasing this (or any other) album by Golden Earring.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Long Lost Album July 4 2011
By grcbrad - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
After losing this album in a devorce, actually my complete collection, 26 years ago, I found it at Amazon. I am very impressed with their service. Sure it isn't vinyl, but just like my new wife, it is class.
Twilght Zone Track Feb. 28 2014
By Edjames - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I have bought this CD for 1 track only (Twilght Zone) and well pleased by the track!

The other songs are OK, however I desired the TW track for posterity.

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