Friday, May 13, 2016

The Replacements - Pleased To Meet Me


Picking a Replacements album post-Bob Stinson is probably sacrilege to many hardcore Mats fans, but "Pleased To Meet Me" is my favorite. From the opening rocker "I.O.U." to the alternative radio classic "Alex Chilton," this is just a solid album all the way through. Funny how so much music that topped the College Rock charts back in the day featured high school drop-outs.

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  1. REPLACEMENTS -
    1981 - Sorry Ma Forgot to Take Out The Trash [Expanded Edition]
    1982 - Stink [Expanded Edition]
    1983 - Hootenanny [Expanded Edition]
    1984 - Let It Be [Expanded Edition]
    1985 - Tim [Expanded Edition]
    1987 - Pleased to Meet Me [Expanded Edition]
    1989 - Don't Tell A Soul [Expanded Edition]
    1990 - All Shook Down [Expanded Edition]
    1997 - All For Nothing/Nothing For All [Exclusive tracks only]
    2017 - For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986

    (Paul Westerberg)
    1993 - 14 Songs
    1997 - Grandpaboy EP
    1999 - Suicaine Gratifaction
    2002 - Mono
    2002 - Stereo
    2003 - Dead Man Shake
    2005 - Besterberg
    2008 - 3oclockreep


    Bash and Pop (Tommy Stinson)
    1993 - Friday Night is Killing Me [Expanded Edition 2017]
    2017 - Anything Could Happen


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