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The Replacements

The Replacements are pioneers of Minnesota punk along with other hometown heroes such as Husker Du. The band existed between1979 and 1991. Bassist Tommy Stinson was just 12 years old when the band first formed. His brother Bob was also a member ofthe band as a guitarist until 1985 when they released their third album Tim and he died in 1995. After Bob left the band, the band kepttouring and released three more albums (Pleased to Meet Me in 1987, Don't Tell a Soul in 1989 and All Shook Down in1990), as his replacement Slim Dunlap joined un ...read more

The Replacements are pioneers of Minnesota punk along with other hometown heroes such as Husker Du. The band existed between1979 and 1991. Bassist Tommy Stinson was just 12 years old when the band first formed. His brother Bob was also a member ofthe band as a guitarist until 1985 when they released their third album Tim and he died in 1995. After Bob left the band, the band kepttouring and released three more albums (Pleased to Meet Me in 1987, Don't Tell a Soul in 1989 and All Shook Down in1990), as his replacement Slim Dunlap joined until The Replacements broke up in 1991. After breaking up, PaulWesterberg went solo and Tommy Stinson participated in Guns N Roses' reunion with a possible new album ChineseDemocracy, which had never been released since recording it in the late 1990s. « hide

Similar Bands: Husker Du, Big Star, Paul Westerberg, The Dogs D'Amour, The Lemonheads

LPs
All Shook Down
1990

3.1
112 Votes
Don't Tell a Soul
1989

3
127 Votes
Pleased To Meet Me
1987

4
325 Votes
Tim
1985

4.2
464 Votes
Let It Be
1984

4.3
726 Votes
Hootenanny
1983

3.4
146 Votes
Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash
1981

3.7
194 Votes
EPs
Songs For Slim
03/05/2013

3.5
7 Votes
Stink
1982

3.5
67 Votes
Live Albums
For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986
2017

4.3
10 Votes
Compilations
Dead Man's Pop
2019

4.2
7 Votes
Don't You Know Who I Think I Was?
2006

4.2
35 Votes
All for Nothing / Nothing for All
1997

3.6
5 Votes

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