Anything Could HappenFat Possum #ad - Anything Could Happen #ad - File : the replacemeNTS. 2017 album from bassist Tommy Stinson's side project. Their first in 24 years! Cameo by Luther Dickinson North Mississippi Allstars.
Friday Night Is Killing Me 2 CDOmnivore Recordings #ad - While many are discovering bash & pop for the first time on their current tour, and via their new release, the time is right to reintroduce the record that started it all—Friday Night Is Killing Me. In addition to the original 11 track release, an 18 track bonus disc adds rare singles and B-sides, their contribution to the soundtrack of the 1994 film Clerks, and a whopping 15 previously unissued performances.
Recording with producer don smith cracker, john hiatt and getting help from heartbreakers Benmont Tench and Mike Campbell, Keith Richards, and more, Wire Train’s Jeff Trott, Americana icon Greg Leisz, the band’s debut album, Friday Night Is Killing Me, arrived in January of 1993. The album combined stellar performances and a renewed energy, something many felt the last few Replacements records were missing.
Friday Night Is Killing Me 2 CD #ad - When the replacements called it quits in 1991, Tommy Stinson missed playing in a band with great chemistry and who all shared the same vision. Shrink-wrapped. The packaging contains photos and a new essay from Bob Mehr, author of the acclaimed best-seller Trouble Boys: The True Story Of The Replacements. He recruited then replacements drummer Steve Foley, Foley’s brother Kevin, and Steve Brantseg to form Bash & Pop.
Village Gorilla HeadSanctuary Records #ad - Village Gorilla Head #ad - Village gorilla head was recorded over two months in a studio owned by friend charles thompson aka Frank Black of the Pixies; the album includes contributions from A Perfect Circle drummer Josh Freese, Jason Freese on Saxophone, former Perfect drummer Gersh, Catholics & former Jack Logan guitarist Dave Phillips, & GNR guitarist Richard Fortus & keyboardist Dizzy Reed.
Tommy stinson is a founding member & bass player & bass player for the seminal rock group The Replacements & musical director of the new Guns N' Roses. Shrink-wrapped. This is tommy's first solo record under his own name; post-Replacements he has put out records under band names Bash & Pop & Perfect.
A Benefit Compilation For Slim Dunlap - Songs For Slim: Rockin' Here TonightNew West Records #ad - Now, all those tracks have been collected on this specially priced 2-CD set - 28 songs, including new bonus recordings from artists not previously included in the auction series. What started off as a few people finding a way to help a dear friend through a medical crisis has turned into a musical celebration of 2013.
Shrink-wrapped. The songs for slim series has raised money for Slim Dunlap and his family by having various artists cover his songs and auctioning them via limited edition 45s.
For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986 2CD ExplicitRhino/Warner Bros. #ad - And what better place to start that with this live recording from Maxwell’s in 1986, a relic from the much beloved era of the band with Bob Stinson as the guitarist. This 29-song performance, captures the replacements just a couple weeks removed from their performance on Saturday Night Live, with a set list touches on all five of the band’s albums to that point, plus a few rarities and covers.
Shrink-wrapped. For sale: live at maxwell’s 1986 is the first official delve into the vaults for The Replacements since the 2008 expanded CD reissues, and hopefully the first of a series of albums of unreleased material. Shrink-wrapped.
Another PlanetGO FASTER RECORDS #ad - The superb recording now available on cd for the first time comes from the group s gig at The Chance Club in Poughkeepsie, New York state, on 18th July 1987. With the band working as a trio at the time - only the ever present paul Westerberg, Tommy Stinson and Chris Mars were by now in the line-up - and hot on the heels of Pleased To Meet Me, released a month before, The Replacements are in fine form for this unique show.
Shrink-wrapped. Performing a tantalising set peppered as ever with a number of choice covers, all rubbing shoulders with some of the 1980s best contemporary compositions. 1987 broadcast recording from a three piece replacements the most delightful shower of reprobates ever to be let loose in an American recording studio, the legendary Replacements could nevertheless pen the very finest alternative rock anthems and perform shows as enlightening as they were often shambolic.
Another Planet #ad - Shrink-wrapped.
"Let's Rock"Nonesuch #ad - Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped. The black keys’ninth studio album, “let’s rock, ”will be released June 28, 2019 via Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch Records. The long-awaited album, their first in five years, is a return to the straightforward rock of thesinger/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney’searly days as a band.
"Let's Rock" #ad - We took a simple approach and trimmed all the fat like we used to. Shrink-wrapped. Auerbach says, “when we’re together we are The Black Keys, that’s where that real magic is, and always has been since we were sixteen. The black keys’ thirty-one city North American tour begins September 23. Let’s rock”was written, tracked live, and produced by Auerbach and Carney at Easy Eye Sound studio in Nashville and features backingvocals from Leisa Hans and Ashley Wilcoxson.
The record is like a homage to electric guitar, ” says Carney.
Wild StabDry Wood Records #ad - Shrink-wrapped. I don't cares - wild staB - CD Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped.
Don't Tell a SoulRhino / Rykodisc 5258179 #ad - The song "i'll be You" was the hit single off the album. 2008 remastered and expanded edition with bonus tracks of The Replacements' 1989 album, Don't Tell A Soul. Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped. The album was produced by Matt Wallace and the band and it was recorded at Cherokee Studios in Los Angeles. The replacements- Don't Tell A Soul.
Lemon Jail: On the Road with the ReplacementsUniv Of Minnesota Press #ad - A raucous tour diary of rock ’n’ roll in the 1980s, Sullivan’s book puts us in the van with the Replacements in the early years. It’s not a straight shot or a smooth ride, and there’s never a dull moment, whether Bob Stinson is setting a record for the quickest ejection from CBGB in NYC or hiding White Castle sliders around a hotel room or whether Paul Westerberg is sneaking gear out of a hostile venue or saving Bill’s life at a brothel in New Jersey.
Shrink-wrapped. A tour diary of life on the road with one of minnesota’s greatest bands—with nearly 100 never-before-seen photographs “Don’t bore us, get to the chorus” is Bill Sullivan’s motto, which will come as no surprise to anyone who opens Lemon Jail. Barreling down the highway to the next show through quiet nights and hightailing it out of scandalized college towns, Sullivan—the young and reckless roadie—is in the middle of the joy and chaos, trying to get the band on stage and the crowd off it and knowing when to jump in and cover Alice Cooper.
Lemon Jail: On the Road with the Replacements #ad - The replacements- Don't Tell A Soul. Or Moorhead. Hiding in fans’ backyards while the police search the streets and pelted with canned goods at a Kent State food drive, the Replacements hit rough patches along with sweet spots, all told in the irrepressible, and Lemon Jail reveals the grit and glory both onstage and off, full-throttle style that makes Bill Sullivan an irresistible guide on this once-in-a-lifetime road trip with a band on the make.
Fast forward: you’ll never play Washington, D. C. Again.