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I Cut Like a Buffalo on Wikipedia
"I Cut Like a Buffalo"
Single by The Dead Weather
from the album Horehound
B-sideA Child Of A Few Hours Is Burning To Death
ReleasedOctober 26, 2009
FormatDigital download, 7" vinyl
RecordedJanuary 2009 (January 2009) at Third Man Studio
GenreAlternative rock, garage rock, psychedelic rock, Gothic rock, reggae fusion
Length3:28
LabelThird Man
Writer(s)Jack White
Producer(s)Jack White
The Dead Weather singles chronology

"I Cut Like a Buffalo" is the third track from the album Horehound, by the alternative rock group The Dead Weather in 2009. It was also released as the third single from the album (after "Hang You from the Heavens" and "Treat Me Like Your Mother."). Jack White is the sole writer of this song.

It has been remixed (but not released commercially) by popular dubstep producer Skream. It has also been remixed by Gramatik, who falls under various genres.

The B side "A Child of a Few Hours Is Burning to Death" is a cover originally done by 60's garage-psych band The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band.


Contents

  • 1 Videos
  • 2 Track listing
    • 2.1 7 inch
    • 2.2 Nokia Music exclusive
  • 3 Personnel
  • 4 References

Videos

The single has two music videos, both of which were directed by Jack White. The first video was not allowed to be shown in the UK because it contains images of people choking and dancers holding knives in a threatening manner. White was forced to release the second video, which he originally intended to be a secret video for his own use, to replace the original and be shown in the United Kingdom.[citation needed] The second video is a second shorter than the first. For a few months however, the video did receive moderate airplay on Australian video show Rage. Olivia Jean, Shelby Lynne and Ruby Rogers from The Black Belles appear in this video.[citation needed]

7 inch

The following tracks appear on the 7 inch version of the single.[1]

Personnel

  • Alison Moshart – guitar, vocals
  • Dean Fertita – organ, guitar
  • Jack Lawrence – bass
  • Jack White – drums, vocals, production

References

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
   

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