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Tommy Stinson was born and bred into rock ‘n’ roll. As a teenager, he held down the bottom end as the bassist for the ultimate ‘80s under-to-above-ground rock band, the Replacements. Solo work as Bash & Pop and a long-term gig with Axl Rose’s Guns N’ Roses has kept him in fighting form. “It’s a Drag” sounds like what the Replacements did best, shuffling rockers with cheeky swagger reminiscent of the Faces and the Rolling Stones. “Meant to Be” is even better. The rumbling power chords and perfect lead guitar hook meet Stinson’s gritty delivery for a track that proves he learned a lot from his days with Paul Westerberg. “Come to Hide” is reminiscent of the poignant acoustic ballads that highlighted the final Replacements album, All Shook Down. Another acoustic ballad “Zero to Stupid” features fine country harmonies and a beautifully somber melody. “Seize The Moment” would fit perfectly on a Replacements reunion album (hint). Stinson’s made an impressive solo album here that both reinforces the greatness of his former band and establishes him as a mature, experienced talent doing great work.

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Thanks Mr Stinson!

For the last 7 years... Village Gorilla Head has been a big part of the "soundtrack" to mine, my wife and two kids' lives. Looks like One Man Mutiny is getting added to that short list of artists on our "soundtrack".... I just hope it's not another 7 years before another Stinson jam gets added! Thanks Tommy for being a staple in our musical household.

One Man Mutiny

Excellent recording. Tommy has more “Replacements” in him now than Paul Westerberg does. Great songwriting and musicianship. I really enjoy Tommy’s solo records. Bash was great. Perfect was great. VGH was excellent. “Mutiny” is the next step. Tommy has developed into a rare songwriting talent.

Tommy Stinson is Rock and Roll

From the 'mats to Bash n Pop to Perfect and solo work. Great music, hard work and passion great stuff. Great fun to listen to. Buy it!


Born: October 6, 1966 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Rock

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

Tommy Stinson is best known as the spiky-haired charismatic bass player of legendary garage punkers the Replacements. Stinson had barely hit puberty in 1979 when his 20-year-old brother, guitarist Bob Stinson, and drummer Chris Mars coerced him into learning bass and joining their fledgling group in the basement of the Stinson household. Soon, defining member Paul Westerberg would join and the Replacements would be born. In the boozy dynamics of the group, the youthful Stinson would play a sort of...
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