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"Hurt" has been covered by other artists in addition to Cash, including the following.
Peter Murphy, on some live performances.
Tori Amos frequently sang three or four lines of the song as an introduction to other songs during her Dew Drop Inn tour in 1996, most frequently "Caught a Lite Sneeze", and then again in 1998, as an improvisational bridge.
Sheryl Crow covered the Cash version on the television special Tribute to Johnny Cash.
Matthew Good, acoustic tour 2006.
Gregorian arranged the lyrics into a medieval Gregorian chant.
Kermit the Frog is featured in an unauthorized parody called "Sad Kermit".
Aaron Lewis of Staind covered the song during his 2007 Have Guitar, Will Travel solo acoustic tour.
Jeff Martin did a full cover in an acoustic set at the W2 in Holland. He also reversed the lyrical point of view and implemented in to mixed track that consisted of his songs Psychopomp and Requiem which he released on the "Live at the Corner" record.
Placebo, at the House of Blues in California in 2003.
Damien Rice, by inserting lyrics from the song into his live performances.
Underoath played it acoustic live.
Sevendust did a cover as a tribute to Johnny Cash on their Southside: Live Double Wide CD/DVD.
Westside Connection sampled the main riff for their song "The Gangsta The Killa and The Dope Dealer".
Anathema have covered the Johnny Cash version several times live, including during their appearance at the 2007 Download Festival.
Eddie Vedder covered the Johnny Cash version live on his 2008 solo tour.
Absurd Minds covered the song on their 2006 EP The Cycle.
Feeder frontman Grant Nicholas played an acoustic cover of the Johnny Cash version, for a BBC Radio 2 session. Later appeared on a Napster Sessions EP.
Christy Moore performed a live version on his DVD Christy Moore Live in Dublin 2006 with Declan Sinnott, again based upon Johnny Cash's cover.
Fightstar played it on a radio 1 rock show session based on the Nine Inch Nails version.
The New Shining covered the song on their Album Supernatural Showdown
Portuguese fado singer Mísia covered the song on her album Ruas (2009). (courtesy of mamis)
New Zealand Band Titular Nebular covered the song on an early demo
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