Harvester Of Constant Sorrow is a mashup of Harvester Of Sorrow and Man Of Constant Sorrow. Harvester Of Sorrow was originally released by Metallica on their 1988 album …And Justice For All and as a single. Man Of Constant Sorrow is a traditional US folk song that was originally published in 1913 as Farewell Song and was originally released by Emry Arthur in 1928 as I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow, and has been recorded by many other artists with the best known version being by the Soggy Bottom Boys in the film O Brother, Where Art Thou? in 2000. This version sticks mainly to the lyrics of Man Of Constant Sorrow for the verses, using lyrics from Harvester Of Sorrow for the chorus and for the coda. It is an excellent example of Thrash Grass that seamlessly mixes a thrash metal track with a bluegrass classic producing a new track that is complete within itself with the unbound energy of both styles.
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