1) "Strutter" is a song by the American hard rock band KISS, released on their self-titled debut album in 1974. The song was released as the third single from their album and failed to chart.
One of the few KISS songs written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley together, as Stanley wrote lyrics to a song Simmons had originally wrote called "Stanley the Parrot". Stanley would show some of his Bob Dylan influences in the lyrics.
A fan favorite over the years, the song has been played at numerous KISS concerts and has appeared on various KISS albums such as Alive! and Smashes, Thrashes & Hits. The band also recorded a new version in 1978 titled "Strutter '78"
The song appears as one of the tracks of classic rock radio K-DST in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and is also a playable song in Guitar Hero II.
2) A "Strutter" is a person that struts. Likes to show him-/herself up. Often a person with attitude.
1) Strutter is the best KISS-song ever!
2) There he comes again. He's such a strutter.
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