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Fan Reviews

Camila
September 13th 2022
NEED ANOTHER SHOW ASAP!!! THEY WERE SOOO FANTASTIC!!!!
Forest Hills, NY@
Forest Hills Stadium
Eddie
December 26th 2018
Legends and I was lucky to see them. Twice. Once in 1991.
Amsterdam, Netherlands@
Paradiso
Candace
April 1st 2015
Absolutely phenomenal! An epic show!
Seattle, WA@
Paramount Theatre
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About The Replacements

The Replacements, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, started off as a hardcore punk band who began to incorporate country, power-pop, and singer-songwriter influences in their sound to become one of the leaders of the early alt-country set and one of the flagship bands of the American 80's post-punk scene, as well as a major influence on 90's indie rock.

The band was wild and full of life, featuring vocalist and guitarist Paul Westerberg and Chris Mars the drummer as well as the Stinson brothers Bob playing guitar and Tommy playing bass.

They were infamous for their hard drinking lifestyles and their ragged stage performances, notorious for coming to shows too drunk to play very well at all, or sometimes just performing entire sets of covers.

The sound of this band showed off the very best of independent rock n' roll. More than possibly any other band since the The Rolling Stones, the Replacements embodied the spirit of rock n' roll, from their raucous performances, drug addictions, charismatic and romantic frontman, and wild, basic rock n' roll songs. At any given time, almost any list of "The Best Rock Albums Of All Time" will include either the album Let It Be or Tim, and usually both. Their sound started off as a classic-rock influenced punk style, to a melodic hardcore sound reminiscent of local buddies Hüsker Dü and progressed into a (relatively) straightforward but heartfelt rock style with a number of highly soulful ballads from the heart of Westerberg to round out the mix.

The band broke up in 1991, after the loss of both Chris Mars and Bob Stinson. Westerberg and Mars both have solo careers, and Tommy Stinson formed several bands, like Perfect and Bash and Pop, and now plays bass for Guns N' Roses and Soul Asylum. Unfortunately, Bob Stinson died in 1995.
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Genres:
Rock, Alternative, Post Punk, Punk

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Fan Reviews

Camila
September 13th 2022
NEED ANOTHER SHOW ASAP!!! THEY WERE SOOO FANTASTIC!!!!
Forest Hills, NY@
Forest Hills Stadium
Eddie
December 26th 2018
Legends and I was lucky to see them. Twice. Once in 1991.
Amsterdam, Netherlands@
Paradiso
Candace
April 1st 2015
Absolutely phenomenal! An epic show!
Seattle, WA@
Paramount Theatre
View More Fan Reviews

About The Replacements

The Replacements, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, started off as a hardcore punk band who began to incorporate country, power-pop, and singer-songwriter influences in their sound to become one of the leaders of the early alt-country set and one of the flagship bands of the American 80's post-punk scene, as well as a major influence on 90's indie rock.

The band was wild and full of life, featuring vocalist and guitarist Paul Westerberg and Chris Mars the drummer as well as the Stinson brothers Bob playing guitar and Tommy playing bass.

They were infamous for their hard drinking lifestyles and their ragged stage performances, notorious for coming to shows too drunk to play very well at all, or sometimes just performing entire sets of covers.

The sound of this band showed off the very best of independent rock n' roll. More than possibly any other band since the The Rolling Stones, the Replacements embodied the spirit of rock n' roll, from their raucous performances, drug addictions, charismatic and romantic frontman, and wild, basic rock n' roll songs. At any given time, almost any list of "The Best Rock Albums Of All Time" will include either the album Let It Be or Tim, and usually both. Their sound started off as a classic-rock influenced punk style, to a melodic hardcore sound reminiscent of local buddies Hüsker Dü and progressed into a (relatively) straightforward but heartfelt rock style with a number of highly soulful ballads from the heart of Westerberg to round out the mix.

The band broke up in 1991, after the loss of both Chris Mars and Bob Stinson. Westerberg and Mars both have solo careers, and Tommy Stinson formed several bands, like Perfect and Bash and Pop, and now plays bass for Guns N' Roses and Soul Asylum. Unfortunately, Bob Stinson died in 1995.
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Alternative, Post Punk, Punk

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