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  • Artista:
    The Replacements
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    The Replacements Stink But They're Fun To Listen To Live
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    2953 mb
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    2898 mb
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    Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo, Unofficial Release, White Label, Stereo

Lista de canciones

2Swingin Party
3Someone Take The Wheel
4Achin' To Be
5Another Girl, Another Planet
6Kiss Me On The Bus
7Merry Go Round
8Bent Out Of Shape
10Happy Town
11When It Began
12Nightclub Jitters
13Waitress In The Sky
14I Will Dare


"The Replacements
Live at Milwaukee's SummerFest
July 1, 1992"

"This is a limited edition promotional album. 800 copies on black, 200 on colored vinyl. Your number is 321/1000" (321 is written by hand in pen - rest is printed)

"Copyright 1992 Masked Man Records. For promotional/radio use only. Not to be copied or resold."

Plain white cardstock cover with separate pink 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheet affixed to back with printed information.

Plain white labels on disc, no information on either side.

Note: No track listings.

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout (etched by hand in runout): SM - 1992 A
  • Matrix / Runout (etched by hand in runout): SM - 1992 B


Recorded at the Milwaukee SummerFest on July 1, 1991, the bootleg The Replacements Stink but They're Fun to Listen documents one of their final shows, making it a valuable historical document for fans even if the overall package is a bit on the dicey side. A crowd tape heavy on audience noise, the sound is tinny - Tommy Stinson's bass is sometimes inaudible - and the sleeve contains no song listing of any kind. You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the steps on this page. For other feedback please visit our GetSatisfaction page. Please note that we cannot respond to address or phone information requests for any person identified in our database, nor can we forward fan mail. Due to the extremely high volume of messages received and the small size of our team, we unfortunately cannot guarantee that we will be able to respond or take action in every case. First Annual Camp Out Live. Automatic for the People. Meat Puppets. Up on the Sun. Soul Asylum. Made to Be Broken. The Replacements - Stink 1982. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Here, The Replacements capture what they did best early on, playing a clash of tongue-in-cheek, bratty punk that is both messy and intricate. Kids Dont Follow hurtles forward with a diving and coiling guitar melody, countered by Paul Westerbergs pissed-off shouting White and Lazy has a bluesy harmonica leading the way until the song rips into a furious full sprint at the end. But the band shows a just slightly softer side with Go, as close to a ballad as Westerberg got in this early stage. Stink - EP The Replacements. The Replacements. Official band page for The Replacements Keep checking back for a bevy of inactivity and. Paul: Sometimes we're going for the big kamikaze thing. I'd rather have them hating our guts in some circumstances, so they can at least go 'Who the fuck was that band. I the entire Warner Bros. staff to see them, said WB talent scout Michael Hill of the CBGB show. People looked at me like, 'What is it you like about them'. The Replacements return to Record Store Day with The Complete Inconcerated Live, the legendary concert from 1989. The 3-LP set, pressed on 140g black vinyl, features 29 'Mats classics and covers. Paul Westerberg. The Replacements Stink EP. Back to Back: 8 tracks, a lean and very mean 15:10. Bullpen: Chris Mars, Bob Stinson, Tommy Stinson, Paul Westerberg, Minneapolis State Police. Hes Gone and Calmed Down for a Just a Second: Its actually harder to find a track on Stink where the Mats havent gone mental. The music slows down ever so slightly for the appropriately white-and-lazy White and Lazy , but even thats shortlived by songs end. A polarizing release to fans of classic-era Replacements, and understandably so. Nearly every song repeats its title dozens of times before its two minutes are up, and its all a sloppy, inebriated affair. To some, this is great. Album Review: The Replacements For Sale: Live at Maxwells 1986. By Chris Willman. Chris Willman. Music Writer. Police Arrest Five in Murder of Rapper Pop Smoke 4 hours ago