Stray Cat Strut

Stray Cats

Stray Cat Strut is the eighth track on the Stray Cats’ debut album, Stray Cats, released in 1981 in the UK, where it peaked at No. 11. That same year it peaked at No.78 on US Dance/Disco chart, where it was released as an import record. In the US, the song was released in 1982 on Built for Speed. The song became a hit in the US, peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The music video for the song received extensive airplay on MTV during the channel’s early days. The video consisted of band members (and extras) performing in an alley while an irate resident throws things at them. It also featured scenes from the 1949 MGM cartoon Bad Luck Blackie.

In the October 1998 issue of Guitar World magazine, Brian Setzer’s solo from “Stray Cat Strut” ranked No. 92 on the “Top 100 Guitar Solos of All Time” list. (source: Wikipedia)

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