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Replacements and Paul Westerberg reissues due

Replacements and Paul Westerberg reissues due

The Replacements and Paul Westerberg are both due the vinyl reissue treatment.

The Replacements are to release their final album, 1990′s All Shook Down, on vinyl for the first time in America on Record Store Day’s Black Friday.

Meanwhile, Westerberg's second solo album, 1996′s Eventually, also will make its debut on vinyl early next year.

According to a report on Slicing Up Eyeballs, Plain Recordings will release an 180-gram pressing of the 12-track record, with a four-color printed inner sleeve, on January 21 — and the label are also working on a vinyl release for Westerberg’s solo debut, 1993′s 14 Songs.

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