Released in 1999, this bootleg features a collection of outtakes, live versions, and demos that were too "hot" to be released by Elvis's record label. While this record is nowhere near essential for the casual Elvis fan, Cut Me & I Bleed is a unique look into a side of The King that was often hid from the public eye. It's almost comical to hear Presley swear his head off or candidly talk about drugs like he does on this record. I've posted a few tracks from the compilation including an excerpt of Elvis addressing an audience about the claim that he has been strung out on heroin.
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