Ray Wilson & Cut_ – Millionairhead (1999) • Inside Out Music

Ray Wilson’s first studio album after Genesis.

Cut were founded in summer 1995, and its line-up is almost the same as that of Guaranteed Pure, the band in which Ray Wilson played before Stiltskin and Genesis: Ray’s brother Steve (guitar), Norwegia-by-choice Paul Holmes (keyboards) and John Haimes (bass). The newcomer to the band is Genesis drummer Nir Zidkyahu! With Millionairhead Cut may be a couple of years behind the trend, but never mind that, as a wise man once said “Fashion is an imported epidemic” Good if people do not follow the trends and do their own timeless thing.
The album was produced by Ray Wilson himself and mixed by Nick Davis at the Fisher Lane Farm. It is by no means a party record and certainly not palatable in every mood and situation, but you will find yourself listening to it with the pleasure and knowledge that this is a very interesting you will come back to. As far as Genesis are concerned, Millionairhead raises expectations: How will it sound when Banks, Rutherford and Collins release the first album they have really written together?

01. Jigsaw
02. Sarah
03. Another Day
04. Hey, Hey
05. Millionairhead
06. Shoot The Moon
07. Young Ones
08. No Place for a Loser
09. Space Oddity (David Bowie cover)
10. I Hear You Calling
11. Gypsy
12. Ghost
2007 re-release bonus tracks:
13. Dark (b-side of “Sarah”)
14. Adolescent Breakdown (b-side of “Another Day”)
15. Reason For Running (b-side of “Sarah”)

Ray Wilson – vocals, guitars
Steve Wilson – guitars
John Haimes – bass
Paul Holmes – keyboards
Nir Z – drums





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