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Umm just one thing guys.

Quick note to some of the gushing people out there, Hurt was originally written by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails not Mr Cash himself. (Go check out one of the original Nin recordings for a different view on this amazing song) However that should not detract anything away from Cash's delivery on the piece, which crawls with the earthy melancholy of the old and wise, as opposed to Mr Reznors Young and confused. The rest of the album is equally impressive the titular track itself pushing to center stage on the merits of it's slightly funk-a-dunk tones with the tar-black imagery of it's lyrics.


It takes a hell of a lot to brake 27 years of never sheding a tear, this album did it.

Hurt - an absolute must-have

Hurt just blew me away, if you have seen the video for it you will know exactly what I mean. It almost had me in tears it was that good, which no other song has accomplished with me yet. It has a deep, deep sense of sorrow and regret which is put across masterfully. There is so much emotion in this song, so much sadness. Yet it does make you want to put things right, a sort of will to do that which is right.


Born: 26 February 1932 in Kingsland, AR

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Johnny Cash was one of the most imposing and influential figures in post-World War II country music. With his deep, resonant baritone and spare percussive guitar, he had a basic, distinctive sound. Cash didn't sound like Nashville, nor did he sound like honky tonk or rock & roll. He created his own subgenre, falling halfway between the blunt emotional honesty of folk, the rebelliousness of rock & roll, and the world-weariness of country. Cash's career coincided with the birth of rock &...
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