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Meat Puppets - Everybody Hurts (R.E.M. Cover)

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Uploaded on Apr 1, 2011

http://stereogum.com/drive-xv/

From '' Drive XV - A Tribute To Automatic For The People ''
Label: Stereogum
Format: 21 x File, MP3, 192 kbps
File, MP3, 160 kbps
Released: 2007

Tracklist
01. The Veils - Drive
02. Dappled Cities - Try Not To Breathe
03. Rogue Wave - The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
04. Meat Puppets - Everybody Hurts
05. Figurines - New Orleans Instrumental No.1
06. Sara Quin feat. Kaki King - Sweetness Follows
07. Catfish Haven - Monty Got A Raw Deal
08. The Forms - Ignoreland
09. Blitzen Trapper - Star Me Kitten
10. Shout Out Louds - Man On The Moon
11. The Wrens - Nightswimming
12. Dr. Dog - Find The River
13. The Narrator - Try Not To Breathe
14. Amanda Palmer & Cormac Bride - Everybody Hurts
15. Ferraby Lionheart - Man On The Moon
16. Oxford Collapse - The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
17. Blanche - Find The River
18. You Say Party! We Say Die! - Nightswimming
19. Jana Hunter - New Orleans Instrumental No. 1
20. Frida Hyvönen - Everybody Hurts
21. Bodies Of Water - Everybody Hurts
22. Elk City - Everybody Hurts

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"Everybody Hurts" is a song by R.E.M., originally released on the band's 1992 album Automatic for the People and was also released as a single in 1993.
It peaked at #29 on the Billboard Hot 100, #7 on the UK Singles Charts and #3 on the French Singles Chart.

Cover versions

Paul Anka, on the album Rock Swings.
Tina Arena, for her 2007 album Songs of Love & Loss.
Joe Cocker, on his 2004 cover album Heart & Soul.
The Coconutz, for the soundtrack to the film Forgetting Sarah Marshall. The version was performed in the Hawaiian language.
The Corrs, on the album The Corrs Unplugged.
Dashboard Confessional, on the album MTV2 Covers
Feeder, originally available as a download-only single in aid of the charity War Child, before being included as a full-band version b-side on their "Shatter / Tender" single.
G4, on their album G4.
David Hobson, on his album The Promise.
Marillion, on the live album Friends.
Meat Puppets, available on the Stereogum curated album Drive XV.
Other versions of the song were recorded for the album by Frida Hyvönen, Elk City, Bodies of Water and Amanda Palmer with Cormac Bride and are available as bonus tracks.
Ariane Moffat, for the TV series Trauma on Radio-Canada
Alex Parks, on her debut album Introduction.
Paul Potts, the winner of Britain's Got Talent, on his debut CD One Chance. Potts performs it in Italian and the track has the additional Italian title "Ognuno Soffre".
Patti Smith, available as a bonus track on her 2007 album Twelve.
Bonnie Tyler, on the album Heart Strings.
Tangerine Dream, in their 2010 album Under Cover - Chapter One.

Helping Haiti charity single

n an attempt to raise money for the victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown asked Simon Cowell to arrange a charity single.
Cowell chose "Everybody Hurts", Brown agreed to waive VAT on the single and R.E.M. agreed to waive all royalties.
The release was under the name Helping Haiti.

Proceeds from the single will be split between The Sun's Helping Haiti fund and the Disasters Emergency Committee.
The song was premiered on radio stations nationally on February 2, 2010.
The single was released both physically and digitally on February 7, 2010, with the physical release being brought forward by one day due to demand.

It has been reported as having sold approximately 205,000 copies in its first two days in the United Kingdom, and 453,000 in its first week, making it the fastest-selling charity record of the 21st century in Britain.
Nearly six minutes long, it opens with a statement of what had happened on January 12 and moves on with footage showing the devastation in the country and the suffering of the Haitians.

Artists

The song is performed by the following artists (in order of appearance):

Leona Lewis
Rod Stewart
Mariah Carey
Cheryl Cole
Mika
Michael Bublé
Joe McElderry
Miley Cyrus
James Blunt
Gary Barlow (of Take That)
Mark Owen (of Take That)
Jon Bon Jovi
James Morrison
Alexandra Burke
Jason Orange (of Take That)
Susan Boyle
JLS
Shane Filan (of Westlife)
Mark Feehily (of Westlife)
Kylie Minogue
Robbie Williams
Kian Egan (of Westlife)
Nicky Byrne (of Westlife).

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