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The Replacements

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    Minneapolis rock and roll renegades The Replacements, are proud to announce the release of their first boxset. The quartet radically reimagined Don’t Tell A Soul to create a 4CD/1LP set that features the album mixed as it was originally intended (Don’t Tell A Soul Redux), along with a collection of previously unheard tracks (We Know The Night: Rare & Unreleased), and a classic concert from 1989 (The Complete Inconcerated Live).

    The box features a newly completed mix of the album by Don’t Tell A Soul producer Matt Wallace (based on his 1988 Paisley Park mix); a disc of unreleased recordings (including a session with Tom Waits); plus the band’s entire June 2, 1989 show at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In total, the box includes 60 tracks–58 of which have never been heard before. 

    The Replacements

    All Shook Down - Coloured Vinyl Reissue

      The seventh and final studio album by the alternative rock band. There are contributions from the likes of John Cale (Velvet Underground) as well as Johnette Napolitano (Concrete Blonde). This album received 4.5 stars out of 5 from AllMusic and received a Grammy nomination. It also placed number 3 on Rolling Stone’s Albums of The Year (1990). 

      FORMAT INFORMATION

      Coloured LP Info: 140 gram Magenta Pink Vinyl.

      The Replacements

      Tim - Coloured Vinyl Reissue

        The fourth studio album from the alternative rock band. Placing 136th of Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time, in 2003, this album is revered amongst rock fans. It also received 5 stars out of 5 from AllMusic.

        FORMAT INFORMATION

        Coloured LP Info: 140 gram Translucent Vinyl.

        The Replacements

        For Sale: Live At Maxwell’s 1986

          In February 1986, The Replacements performed a classic live show at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ. Until now, that pristine recording of the legendary performance has only been available in low-quality bootleg form. Even so, Pitchfork has called the show “a fiery, focused set that would make a true believer out of any skeptic.” On 6th October, For Sale: Live At Maxwell’S 1986 will finally make its commercial debut as a double-LP. This marks the first live album by the band to see an official release on this format.

          The show at Maxwell’s would prove to be one of the last great performances by the four original members of the Replacements, a much beloved line-up including Bob Stinson on guitar, before his departure from the band in 1986. The songs they played spanned the band’s entire history while giving prominence to new material from Tim, including “Bastards Of Young,” “Left Of The Dial” and “Kiss Me On The Bus.” Mixed in were favorites like “I Will Dare” from Let It Be (1984) and “Color Me Impressed” from Hootenanny (1983).

          The original 24-track master tapes of the show sat in the Warner Music vaults until being given a proper mix in 2007, but it would still be another decade before the concert would get its official release. Mehr writes in the album’s liner notes: “Now, a decade later, and more than 30 years after the original concert, Replacements For Sale finally offers high-fidelity proof of the peculiar alchemy and unadulterated majesty of one of rock and roll’s greatest bands.”


          The Replacements

          Don't Tell A Soul

            Rhino continues to retrace the shambolic swath the influential Minneapolis quartet cut across the American Underground, with phase two of the re-issue series of deluxe editions, the four albums from the bands Sire Years: "Tim" (1985), "Pleased To Meet Me" (1987), "Don't Tell A Soul" (1989) and "All Shook Down" (1990). All have been exquisitely remastered and generously embellished with rare and previously unreleased tracks. The first four albums re-issues were released in May 2008 to critical acclaim. Each album contains bonus and unreleased tracks selected by the band members themselves. These deluxe editions are produced by long time manager Peter Jesperson. This album, "Don't Tell A Soul", includes seven bonus tracks half of which are unreleased, including a cover of Slade's "Gudbuy T' Jane".

            The Replacements

            Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash

            Rhino retraces the shambolic swath the influential Minneapolis quartet cut across the American Underground, reissuing deluxe editions of the band's Twin/Tone releases. All have been exquisitely remastered and generously embellished with rare and previously unreleased tracks. The band was instrumental in selecting the bonus songs, many of which have never been heard-even among the band's most ardent followers. Released in 81, "Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash" was The Replacements' audacious debut. Songs such as "Takin A Ride", "Shiftless When Idle", "Customer" and "Johnny's Gonna Die" herald the band's competing tendencies toward genius and bleary, drunken repugnance. The thirteen bonus tracks open appropriately with the four songs Westerberg gave to Peter Jesperson in 1980 that brought the band to Twin/Tone's attention.

            Rhino retraces the shambolic swath the influential Minneapolis quartet cut across the American Underground, reissuing deluxe editions of the band's Twin/Tone releases. All have been exquisitely remastered and generously embellished with rare and previously unreleased tracks. The band was instrumental in selecting the bonus songs, many of which have never been heard-even among the band's most ardent followers. The Replacements issued the EP "Stink" in June 1982. The band was fast becoming Minneapolis' most exciting new group when this 15-minute adrenaline masterpiece hit the streets. All previously unreleased, the four bonus tracks featured here include a trio of session outtakes - "Staples In Her Stomach" and covers of "Hey Good Lookin" and "(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock" - plus Westerberg's solo home demo for "You're Getting Married".

            Rhino retraces the shambolic swath the influential Minneapolis quartet cut across the American Underground, reissuing deluxe editions of the band's Twin/Tone releases. All have been exquisitely remastered and generously embellished with rare and previously unreleased tracks. The band was instrumental in selecting the bonus songs, many of which have never been heard-even among the band's most ardent followers. Bursting at the seams with ideas and inspiration, "Hootenanny" found the band heading in several new directions. Released in 83, the album included two enduring classics, "Color Me Impressed" and "Within Your Reach". The unreleased bonus tracks include an alternate of "Treatment Bound" and a solo home demo of the lost classic "Bad Worker."

            Rhino retraces the shambolic swath the influential Minneapolis quartet cut across the American Underground, reissuing deluxe editions of the band's Twin/Tone releases. All have been exquisitely remastered and generously embellished with rare and previously unreleased tracks. The band was instrumental in selecting the bonus songs, many of which have never been heard-even among the band's most ardent followers. Released in 1984, the 33-minute masterpiece was recently named the #3 'Greatest Indie-Rock Album Ever' by Blender Magazine. The album presents some of the band's strongest songs, including the album opener "I Will Dare", "Androgynous", "Sixteen Blue" and the poignant "Unsatisfied". The five unreleased bonus tracks include a home demo for "Answering Machine", a cover of The Grass Roots' "Temptation Eyes" and an alternate "Sixteen Blue". The bonus material also includes a cover of T Rex's "20th Century Boy" which was originally issued on the 12" maxi-single for "I Will Dare."


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