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While “You’ve Had It with You” is as strident as anything Paul Westerberg did in The Replacements, it’s obvious on his second solo album that he’s aiming for, and achieving, that kind of otherworldly glow that few singer/songwriters can pull off. It presents unexplainable melancholy rooted in passion that’s often misunderstood. “Time Flies Tomorrow,” “Once Around the Weekend,” “Angels Walk,” “Mamadaddydid," and “Love Untold” are hummable (if beautifully somber) exchanges between an observer and his subject, or a lover and his busted heart, atop beds of guitars and spare frames of rhythm. There's not a slight moment here.

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Best album the 'Mats never made

I just have to defend this album against the itunes review. I'm a Replacements fan and I never really cared much for Westerberg's late 'Mats or solo stuff, except for this album. In my mind, it's the perfect balance between his softer, introspective, acoustic side and the hard rockin' punk we know and love. The acoustic and electric guitars blend together well, with one side usually slightly overtaking the other at different points on the album. Rather than sounding cluttered or ambivalent, it's a dynamic balance that makes the album powerful and coherent without being a one-trick-pony. And from Angel's Walk to Good Day to These Are the Days, the songwriting is poignant without being boring or whiny. You've Had It With You is a Replacements song through and through, and the only full-on rocker that still works well with the album's softer tone. The songs are melodic and have better hooks than Westerberg's other solo stuff. The bottom line is this album sounds like it should've been made right after Pleased to Meet Me, which is damn high praise.

say what you will about the man, but......

when he is on, i do believe there isn't a better wordssmith. i discovered this after i became a father, and if you really want to know what it's like to have kids after being lost in a sea of self-centered post adolescent narcisim, check out angels walk. it is a nice coda to the end of that era in your life.


He's just a great songwriter. I played this like crazy in the 90s and need to start playing it again. I think I appreciate it more now that I'm older. My favorites: MamaDaddyDid, You've Had It With You, Good Day, and Angels Walk.


Born: December 31, 1959 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

After disbanding the Replacements in 1991, singer/songwriter Paul Westerberg resurfaced the following year with two songs on the Singles soundtrack. A year later, Westerberg released his first solo album, 14 Songs, in the summer of 1993. Although the record received generally positive reviews and spawned the modern rock hit "World Class Fad," the album failed to break the songwriter into the mainstream. Three years later, Westerberg released his second solo album, Eventually. Like 14 Songs and the...
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