The Replacements

Genres: Pop / Rock Soundtrack
Tags: alternative punk post-punk rock alternative rock indie indie rock college rock 80s punk rock Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Biography

This pop punk band was formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, in 1979, with Paul Westerberg (31 December 1959, Minneapolis, USA; guitar/vocals), Tommy Stinson (b. Thomas Eugene Stinson, 6 October 1966, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; bass), Bob Stinson (b. Robert Neil Stinson, 17 December 1959, Mound, Minnesota, USA, d. 18 February 1995, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; guitar) and Chris Mars (b. 26 April 1961, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; drums). Originally the Impediments, their early shambolic, drunken gigs forced a name change to secure further work. Their debut album for the local Twin/Tone label showcased their self-proclaimed power trash style, earning comparisons with hardcore legends Hüsker Dü. Subsequent albums saw the Replacements diversifying to encompass influences from folk, country and blues, without straying far from their winning formula of rock ‘n’ roll married to the raw passion of punk rock.

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