The Cutter (song)

The Cutter (song)

Infobox Single
Name = The Cutter


Cover size =
Caption = Cover from the 7" release
Artist = Echo & the Bunnymen
Album = Porcupine
A-side =
B-side = "Way Out and Up We Go" / "Zimbo" (live)
Released = 14 January 1983
Format = 7", 12"
Recorded =
Genre = Post-punk
Length = 3:53
Label = Korova
Writer = Ian McCulloch, Will Sergeant, Les Pattinson, Pete de Freitas
Producer = Kingbird
Last single = "The Back of Love" (1982)
This single = "The Cutter" (1983)
Next single = "Never Stop" (1983)
Misc = Extra album cover 2
Upper caption = Alternative cover
Type = Single


Lower caption = Cover from the 12" release
"The Cutter" is a single released by the band Echo & the Bunnymen in 1983. It is the second single released from their 1983 "Porcupine" album.

The single was released on the Korova label in the United Kingdom on 14 January 1983 as both a 7" and 12" single. The 7" was available as a limited edition which was packaged with a cassette containing tracks from their August 1979 John Peel session which featured the drum machine, Echo. The extra track on the b-side of the 12" release, "Zimbo", is a live recording from the first WOMAD festival in July 1982 and features the Royal Drummers of Burundi.

The song was covered by the Dutch musician Solex on the 2001 compilation album "Matador 2001: Draw Me a Riot" which came free with the April 2001 edition of "The Wire" magazine. [cite web | title = The Ultimate Echo and the Bunnymen Resource | url = http://www.villiersterrace.com/covers.htm | publisher = Villiers Terrace.com | accessdate = 2008-05-21 ] A version of the song, performed by Lagartija Nick, is included on the 2005 Spanish tribute album "Play the Game: Un Tributo a Echo & The Bunnymen".

Formats and track listing

All tracks written by Ian McCulloch, Will Sergeant, Les Pattinson and Pete de Freitas except where noted.

;UK 7" single (KOW 26)
#"The Cutter" – 3.53
#"Way Out and Up We Go" – 3.57

;UK 12" single (KOW 26T)
#"The Cutter" – 3.53
#"Way Out and Up We Go" – 3.59
#"Zimbo" (live with the Royal Drummers of Burundi) – 4.52

;UK Cassette (KOW 26C)
Limited edition free with the UK 7" single (KOW 26).
#"The Cutter"
#"Villiers Terrace"
#"Ashes to Ashes" ("Stars Are Stars")
#"Monkeys"
#"Read It in Books" (McCulloch, Julian Cope)

;Belgium 7" single (24.9919-7)
#"The Cutter" – 3.52
#"Way Out and Up We Go" – 4.01

Chart positions

References

*cite web | url = http://www.discogs.com/artist/Echo+&+The+Bunnymen | title = Echo & The Bunnymen at Discogs.com | accessdate = 2008-04-01
*cite web | url = http://www.villiersterrace.com/disc/1979-1988.htm | title = Villiers Terrace.com The Ultimate Echo and the Bunnymen Discography | accessdate = 2008-04-01

External links

* [http://www.mtv.com/music/artist/echo_and_the_bunnymen/3514055/lyrics.jhtml "The Cutter" lyrics at MTV.com]
* [http://www.bunnymen.com/Cutter.swf Promotional video at the band's official website]


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