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Most punk groups eventually “mature”, once they learn to play their instruments better. But The Replacements grew into the most loved rock ’n’ roll band in the American indie scene of the ‘80s—and this third album shows why. Their cover of Kiss’ “Black Diamond” is pure rock thunder, but “Unsatisfied”, “Androgynous”, “Sixteen Blue” and “Answering Machine” are cries from the heart that established Paul Westerberg as a singer for misfits everywhere. His cracked, pained vocals are beyond compare. Even silly stuff like “Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out” and “Gary’s Got a Boner” rock with heart.


Formed: 1979 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

The Replacements initially formed in 1979, when Paul Westerberg joined a garage punk band formed by brothers Bob (guitar) and Tommy Stinson (bass) and drummer Chris Mars. Originally called the Impediments, the Minnesota residents changed their name to the Replacements after being banned from a local club for disorderly behavior. In their early days, they sounded quite similar to Hüsker Dü, the leaders of the Minneapolis punk scene. However, the Replacements were wilder and looser than the Hüskers...
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