THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by biopunk » 29 Mar 2015, 3:31am

Flex wrote:So, here's a question: for someone who has all of the expanded reissues (and "Songs for Slim"), what other "officially released" material is out there that didn't make it into that stuff?
(I am assuming you meant the stuff not on the expanded & remastered releases here.) :shifty:

All For Nothing - Nothing For All:

Jungle Rock
All He Wants To Do Is Fish
Beer For Breakfast
Till We're Nude
Cruella De Ville
Like A Rolling Pin
Another Girl, Another Planet (Live)
Who Knows
I Don't Know (Bonus Alt Take)

Don't You Know Who I Think I Was?

Message To The Boys
Pool & Dive


I Will Dare 12"

"Hey Good Lookin' (Live)"

The 5 live tracks from Inconcerated Live

The The Shit Hits The Fans live cassette...
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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by Flex » 29 Mar 2015, 11:35am

Thanks bio, that's perfect!
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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by biopunk » 29 Mar 2015, 6:24pm

Flex wrote:Thanks bio, that's perfect!
Naw, Perfect was the Tommy Stinson project in the late 90s... ;)

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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by matedog » 14 Apr 2015, 3:40pm

I caught a show last night. I'm not terribly familiar with their songs beyond Let It Be and that comp that came out in 06, but I had a good time. They cranked through the first 10 songs in about 20 minutes. It was fairly ramshackle and not too far removed from what I've seen/heard of their pre-reunion era (which isn't much) in spite of Westerberg's sobriety. It was funny that one of the few songs that they got through without lyrical flubs was Maybelline. Crowd was a bit older and not as energetic as I had hoped. The band had great energy and Tommy and Paul looked pretty cool.

Setlist:
Takin a Ride
Favorite Thing
Hangin Downtown
Treatment Bound
I Don't Know/Buck Hill/I Don't Know
(Elvis "Little Sister" tease)
I.O.U.
"Poetry Tent" (Paul reads in a tent to "Take Five," Brubeck
Androgynous
([with Paul singing from inside a tent)
Kissin' in Action
((with Tommy playing Black Sabbath Paranoia for a bit)
I Will Dare
Kiss Me on the Bus
20th Century Boy / Bang a Gong (Get It On) / All Shook Down
Nobody
Take Me Down to the Hospital
I'm in Trouble
I Hate Music
If Only You Were Lonely
I'll Be You
The Ledge
Color Me Impressed
Maybellene
(Chuck Berry cover)
Anywhere's Better Than Here
Sixteen Blue
Can't Hardly Wait
Bastards of Young
Within Your Reach
Seen Your Video
Encore:
Skyway
(Paul solo acoustic)
Encore 2:
Left of the Dial
Alex Chilton
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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by Rat Patrol » 14 Apr 2015, 5:21pm

Yeah...that's a typical throw-shit-against-the-wall 87 songs @ buck-fifty-nine each Mats setlist. Their stamina must be getting a lot better with > year of reunion touring under their belt, because the sets were a lot shorter last year.

Subdued crowds actually tend to bring out the pisstakes. It's like "Fuck it...if you're not into this, we're just going to have a live rehearsal and if that annoys you it's your problem."
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Post by TeddyB Not Logged In » 14 Apr 2015, 6:55pm

Going to going to see them at the Palladium on Thursday night.

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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by Heston » 14 Apr 2015, 9:35pm

Rat Patrol wrote:Subdued crowds actually tend to bring out the pisstakes
So it's pretty much Black Diamond all night then?
So what does Marconi playing the mamba mean? "Marconi" is referring to the radio itself. It plays a deadly snake. The snake - the mamba - is slithering from the speakers. Ready to kill greedy corporations. Ready to free the world of all that is evil, and to leave behind only the youthful idealism encompassed by the tenets of rock and roll.

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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by Rat Patrol » 14 Apr 2015, 11:59pm

Heston wrote:
Rat Patrol wrote:Subdued crowds actually tend to bring out the pisstakes
So it's pretty much Black Diamond all night then?
:cool:


Oh, wait. That was supposed to be an insult.
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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by TeddyB Not Logged In » 22 Apr 2015, 2:26am

The show was pretty great. "Better" probably than any Slim-era show I saw. Better than some of the Bob shows, not as great as some others. Not too much in the way of covers or horsing around, save I Want You Back as part of the encore, if that counts, and Paul hurling his SG across the stage to his guitar tech, who caught it. Nice acoustic encore from Paul comprised of Ghost on the Canvas and Skyway. Just basically a great rock and roll band playing great songs with spirit and loud. There was some childishness where Paul started I'll be You sitting on the stage floor, decided he didn't need to go through with it, but couldn't get the mic back to it's proper position for half the song. As if the audience gave more of a shit for a minor MTV hit than they did for the Tim songs, which they came alive for. A decent sized contingent in front was more into the early stuff. Very good drummer in Freese. Good guitarist in Minehan, though Paul's playing was more fun and expressive. He's really got the Keef thing happening.

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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by biopunk » 07 Jun 2015, 6:29am

The Replacements broke up, again

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Re: THE REPLACEMENTS Song of the Day

Post by Spiff » 08 Jun 2015, 9:26am

biopunk wrote:The Replacements broke up, again

“I have always loved you. Now I must whore my past.”
Yeah, I saw that ...

Color me sad ... :(

Methinks Paul is a right head case ... :shifty:
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