Long thought lost to time, this live recording captures the Replacements at their peak. Their ragged, soused live show-once a thing of anecdotal legend-is presented in its fullest form, warts and all.
03 Nov 2017
The tales of a record store, a set of like-minded club owners, and a record label all tie together into a beautiful narrative of the burgeoning Minneapolis music scene.
11 Jul 2017
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.
06 Apr 2016
Forecastle rounded out its 2014 installment with aplomb, proving that it is only going to get bigger and better from here on out.
23 Jul 2014
The narrators of Dunlap's songs most frequently are life's losers and backsliders, underdogs who wouldn't be comfortable anywhere else.
18 May 2014
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.
03 Jun 2013
The first-ever documentary about The Replacements reminds fans that we are not alone in our firm belief that the Minneapolis misfits should have been as big as The Rolling Stones.
02 Dec 2012
The best tracks on this album generally tend to be of covers of songs that felt like jokes in the first place.
13 Nov 2012
In the wake of a recently-announced limited-edition covers EP, the merest inkling of a full-fledged Replacements reunion is reason enough to re-explore the revered cult band's songbook. Here are 15 of best songs by one of America's finest rock groups with a full playlist at the end.
17 Oct 2012
Nashville's Bright Little Field has released a ukelele tribute to the legendary Replacements called Treatment Bound: A Ukulele Tribute to the Replacements and they have just created this video for "We're Coming Out". The video itself is a tribute to the Replacements' video for "Bastards of Young".
02 Oct 2012
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.
21 Apr 2008
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