The Replacements: Discography of the Moment

The Replacements were a rock band formed by Paul Westerberg in 1979 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

They were together from 1979-1991.

Here are some links where you can read about them:

The Replacements Wiki article
Color Me Impressed: A Replacements Database
The Skyway. I think this is a fan page of some sort.

DISCOGRAPHY

Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash
Released in August 1981 by Twin/Tone Records; a deluxe edition was released by Rhino Records in April 2008.
Produced by Paul Westerberg, Peter Jesperson, and Steven Fjelstad.
Band lineup:
Paul Westerberg – vocals, guitar; Bob Stinson – guitar; Tommy Stinson – bass; Chris Mars – drums.
Tracks: 18 (31 on the deluxe edition)
Singles:
“I’m in Trouble”

Stink
Released in June 1982 by Twin/Tone.
Produced by Steven Fjelstad and Peter Jesperson.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 8

Hootenanny
Released in April 1983 by Twin/Tone. Re-released by Rhino Records in April 2008.
Produced by The Replacements, Peter Jesperson and Paul Stark.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12 (19 on the re-release)

I Will Dare
Single released in July 1984 by Twin/Tone.
Produced by Paul Westerberg.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 3

Let It Be
Released in October 1984 by Twin/Tone. Re-released by Rhino Records in April 2008.
Produced by Steve Fjelstad, Peter Jesperson and Paul Westerberg.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11 (17 on the re-release)
Singles:
“I Will Dare”

Tim
Released in October 1985 by Sire Records. Re-released in Rhino Records in September 2008.
Produced by Tommy Erdelyi (Tommy Ramone)
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11 (17 on the re-release)
Singles:
“Bastards of Young” and “Kiss Me on the Bus”
Charts:
#183 on the Billboard 200.

Please To Meet Me
Released in July 1987 by Sire. Re-released by Rhino in September 2008.
Produced by Jim Dickinson.
Lineup changes:
Guitarist Bob Stinson was not in the band at the time of this recording.
Tracks: 11 (22 on the re-release)
Singles:
“Cant Hardly Wait” “Alex Chilton” “The Ledge” and “Skyway
Charts:
#131 on the Billboard 200.

Don’t Tell a Soul
Released in February 1989 by Sire. Re-released by Rhino in September 2008.
Produced by Matt Wallace.
Lineup changes:
Slim Dunlap was added as a 2nd guitarist.
Tracks: 11 (18 on the re-release)
Singles:
“I’ll Be You” “Back to Back” and “Achin to Be”

All Shook Down
Released in September 1990 by Sire. Re-released by Rhino in September 2008.
Produced by Scott Litt.
No lineup changes (however, many “session” musicians also played on some tracks on this album because it was originally intended to be a Paul Westerberg solo album).
Tracks: 13 (24 on the re-release)
Singles:
“Merry Go Round” “Someone Take the Wheel” and “When It Began”

All for Nothing/Nothing for All
Compilation album released in October 1997 by Reprise Records.
Various producers.
Tracks:
Disc 1 = 16 (contains all the tracks from Tim and All Shook Down)
Disc 2 = 17 (contains B-sides and previously unreleased tracks)

Don’t You Know Who I Think I Was?
Compilation album released in June 2006 by Rhino Records.
Various producers.
Tracks: 20

I am also including albums from Paul Westerberg’s solo career here:

14 Songs
Released in 1993 by Sire.
Produced by Paul Westerberg and Matt Wallace.
Tracks: 14

Eventually
Released in 1996 by Reprise.
Produced by Lou Giordano and Brendan O’Brien.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
“Love Untold”

Suicaine Gratification
Released in February 1999 by Capitol Records.
Produced by Paul and Don Was.
Tracks: 12

Stereo
Released in April 2002 by Vagrant Records.
Produced by Paul.
Tracks: 13

Come Feel Me Tremble
Released in October 2003 by Vagrant.
Produced by Paul.
Tracks: 14

Folker
Released in September 2004 by Vagrant.
Produced by Paul.
Tracks: 13

Besterberg
Compilation album released in May 2005 by Rhino.
Produced by Paul.
Tracks: 20
This album includes the song “Dyslexic Heart” that I really like. It was originally released on the motion picture soundtrack for Singles.

The Resterberg
Compilation album released in May 2005 by Warner Brothers Records.
Produced by Paul.
Tracks: 8

49:00
Released in 2008 by English Records.
Produced by Paul.
Tracks: 1
This album is actually a 49 minute medley of tune originally recorded by artists such as The Beatles, Hank Williams, Steppenwolf, The Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper, Elton John, The Kinks and more.

3oclockreep
Released in September 2008 by English.
Produced by Matt Wallace.
Tracks: 9
This album contains unreleased songs that were written and recorded by The Replacements during the Don’t Tell a Soul sessions. Why this was not released as a Replacements album I don’t understand.

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