Cuts Both Ways (song)
|"Cuts Both Ways"|
|Single by Gloria Estefan|
|from the album Cuts Both Ways|
|Released||May 17, 1990
(see Release history)
|Format||CD maxi single, Cassette Single, 7-inch vinyl Single, 12 inch Vinyl Single|
|Gloria Estefan singles chronology|
This was the final single released from the album Cuts Both Ways. It had moderate success on the U.S., becoming a number one hit on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, but reaching only at number 44 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "Cuts Both Ways", even with its success, was not included on the U.S. release of the Gloria Estefan Greatest Hits album, but was included in The Essential Gloria Estefan and iTunes Originals: Gloria Estefan .
Formats and track listings
These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Cuts Both Ways".
UK Maxi-Single CD (The Ballads Vol. II 655982 2)
- "Cuts Both Ways" (Album Version)
- "Here we Are"
- "You've Made a Fool of Me"
- "I Want to You So Bad"
|United States||May 17, 1990|
|Europe||July 17, 1990|
|Japan||July 21, 1990|
The single reached the top 40 in Australia. While topping the Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts in the United States, it failed to make much impact on the regular charts or on the UK charts.
|Australia Singles Chart||38|
|Irish Singles Chart||22|
|UK Singles Chart||49|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||44|
|U.S. Adult Contemporary Chart||1|
- Whitburn, Joel (2002). Top Adult Contemporary: 1961-2001. Record Research. p. 87.
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