The Replacements reportedly planning new album

The Replacements are reportedly planning to record a new album, their first since 1990's All Shook Down. The reunited Minneapolis group, fronted by Paul Westerberg, even have a bunch of new songs ready for the projected release, according to Rolling Stone. Two titles that Westerberg revealed are "Are You In It For The Money?" and "Dead Guitar Player", perhaps a reference to the group's original lead guitarist, Bob Stinson, who died in 1995.

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The Replacements are reportedly planning to record a new album, their first since 1990’s All Shook Down.

The reunited Minneapolis group, fronted by Paul Westerberg, even have a bunch of new songs ready for the projected release, according to Rolling Stone.

Two titles that Westerberg revealed are “Are You In It For The Money?” and “Dead Guitar Player”, perhaps a reference to the group’s original lead guitarist, Bob Stinson, who died in 1995.

Westerberg and bassist Tommy Stinson last year teamed up with drummer Josh Freese and guitarist Dave Minehan for a set of North American dates, including a headline slot at April’s Coachella, but they are yet to hit British shores.


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