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A song by an artist that only true fans of said artist will enjoy/know. True gems that are found later in an album, a b-side. Rarely if ever played on the radio.
Me: Do you like the cd Robbin' the Hood by Sublime?

Person: Haven't even heard of it..

Me: Well its just a bunch of deep cuts, but it's some good stuff.
by mc-burn it August 01, 2008
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Typically refers to a more obscure or less accessible song in an artist's portfolio, one that only dedicated fans are aware of.

Also increasingly used to refer to any obscure or less accessible artwork, opinion, trivia, etc.
"Bryan Cranston used to eat McDonald's every day on the set of Breaking Bad." "That's a deep cut, man. Where'd you learn that?"
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1. Usually a reference to any particular artist's more obscure work.

2. Can also refer to "deeper" topics of conversation. Things that people with prior knowledge of a particular subject might know of but are oft unable to talk about due to perceived obscurity and/or controversy surrounding the particular topic.
1.

M: Have you even watched Star Trek if you haven't listened to William Shatner's spoken word album?
Z: We are all just common people.

V: That's a deep cut right there.

2.

P: I told you the video of him with the pipe was real.

M: The video quality was brutal, how could I tell?

P: You've seen too many deep fakes.
M: On pornhub or 8chan?
P: That's it...
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A track from an album’s writing/recording sessions, which can comprise of up to 50 or more songs, which was believed to have great potential or value to the artist and/or fans but did not make the final tracklisting. Artists either share these deliberately or they leak via some means, usually the Internet. It’s called a deep cut because of the emotional impact the track has either on the artist or fans regarding its failure to make the album. Often confused with β€œhidden gem” album tracks which do not become singles but have a strong artist appreciation or fan following.
Kylie Minogue and Madonna have extensive deep cut back catalogues that their fanbases know, perhaps, better than they do.
by TheRealWiseOne February 17, 2019
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