Articles tagged the replacements

Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements

Trouble Boys is a deeply intimate and nuanced portrait, exposing the primal factors and forces—addiction, abuse, fear—that would shape one of the most brilliant and notoriously self-destructive groups of all time.

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Wrestling With the Replacements’ Legacy in ‘Trouble Boys’

Based on Mehr's plethora of interviews, it seems that most of what seemed grist for the rumor mill about the Replacements was, if anything, understated.

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The Replacements: 15 September 2013 - Chicago

The Replacements that showed up in Chicago played like they had just taken a short break to do some solo stuff and were fully confident in returning as the great American rock band.

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Wrote a Song for Everyone: Slim Dunlap’s Art/Roots Marriage

Former Replacements guitarist Slim Dunlap's roots run deeper than punk rock, but he's got an arty flare you might not expect from a man who loves Hank Williams and Chuck Berry.

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Sigourney Reverb: Bees in Your Bed

Thank heaven for Sigourney Reverb.

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16 Aug 2011 // 7:55 AM

Tommy Stinson’s new album stays true to his roots

PHILADELPHIA — When Tommy Stinson puts out his excellent new album, “One Man Mutiny,” later this month, it will mark only his fifth release — including an

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22 Dec 2010 // 4:30 AM

The Year in Music: March 2010

Records were broken and notable songs were released in March 2010, which is the latest focus of our look at the year’s biggest events in

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I have to confess, I’m not too familiar with the musical oeuvre of the recently-passed Alex Chilton. Most of what I know about the

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Pleased to Meet ‘Em: The Replacements’ Sire Years

Rhino reissues the second half of the Replacements' discography, from the mid-'80s masterpiece Tim to their laid-back 1990 swan song, All Shook Down.

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The Replacements: Old Grey Whistle Test

When the Old Grey Whistle Test DVD Set came out, for some reason I wasn’t surprised that the Replacements performance wouldn’t make the

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21 Jul 2008 // 4:38 AM

Back in April, when Rhino Records revamped the Replacements’ sonically slovenly first four albums (recorded for the Twin/Tone label), I held out hope that

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Anyone Can Play Guitar: The Replacements on Twin/Tone, 1981-1984

With four albums for the independent Minneapolis label Twin/Tone, the 'Mats rendered the hierarchies and caste system of the rock world irrelevant by remaking rock 'n' roll as an anonymous force.

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	The Replacements: Don’t Tell a Soul

“It’s too late to turn back, here we go” —The Replacements, “Talent Show” It was April of 1991. My ex-fiancé and I were wandering around

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1 Jan 1995 // 1:03 AM

The Replacements' particular spin on the relationship between unions and management is simplistic and, more often than not, spurious.

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1 Jan 1995 // 1:03 AM

The Replacements' particular spin on the relationship between unions and management is simplistic and, more often than not, spurious.

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Cage the Elephant Ignite Central Park with Kickoff for Summerstage Season

// Notes from the Road

"Cage the Elephant rocked two sold-out nights at Summerstage and return to NYC for a free show May 29th. Info on that and a preview of the full Summerstage schedule is here.

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