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Cut-throat Records (also known as Cut-throat Productions) is a record label created and run by Canadian musician Nash the Slash. It has been active from 1978 to the present. Cut-throat is also the name of Nash's recording studio, originally located above the Roxy Theatre on Danforth Avenue in Toronto. Although the label has been used primarily for Nash's own music, it has also issued a single by Toronto new wave group , and a CD by Nash's group FM.

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