Let It Be is the third studio album by American rock band The Replacements. It was released on October 2, 1984 by Twin/Tone Records. A post-punk album with coming-of-age themes, Let It Be was recorded by the band after they had grown tired of playing loud and fast exclusively as on their 1983 Hootenanny album; the group decided to write songs that were, according to vocalist Paul Westerberg, "a little more sincere.
The discography of American rock band The Replacements consists of seven studio albums, two live albums, six compilation albums, four extended plays, 16 singles, and 10 music videos. Formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota by guitarist and vocalist Paul Westerberg, guitarist Bob Stinson, bass guitarist Tommy Stinson, and drummer Chris Mars in 1979, the band signed with Twin/Tone Records the following year. Boink!! (Glass Records, 1986).
Всё Album Bootleg Compilation EP Live Single Split Video. Поиск: Back to the page of MSG. In Studio Session '79 with Billy Sheehan. Bootleg, 1979, Bondage Music. Recorded live at Unknown Studio, England, 1979. 1. Jam (Prototype of "Looking Out from Nowhere"). Recorded live at the Country Club, Reseda, California, United States, 22/12/1980. 2. Cry for the Nations.
For Sale: Live at Maxwell's 1986. Swingin Party - 2008 Remaster. The Replacements are an alternative rock group that formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1979. The band originally started off as a hardcore punk outfit but began to incorporate folk and power pop influences in their sound. By neyoni 19 Jun 9:12pm. Third Eye Blind and Jimmy Eat World start Summer Gods Tour strong. By neyoni 19 Jun 3:38pm. LANY leads the way for romantics with world tour. And their reputation in this area was not helped by The Shit Hits the Fans, the cassette-only authorized bootleg that captured the 'Mats in 1984 stumbling through a set dominated by shambolic covers of songs they didn't really know. But thankfully, we finally have a document that confirms just how good the Replacements could be when the fates allowed. For Sale: Live at Maxwell's 1986 preserves a show the band played in Hoboken, New Jersey that was recorded by a 24-track mobile unit for a possible promotional live release
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It’s the first of the month, which means it’s time to unveil the results of Part 5 of our year-long Best of the ’80s feature, a year-by-year poll of Slicing Up Eyeballs’ readers to determine the best albums of each year of the 1980s - and then, when that’s wrapped up at the end of 2013, we’ll run a monster best-of-the-decade poll to crown the overall champs
|A1||You Don't Know How I Feel|
|A2||I Got You Babe / Monkees Theme>Last Train To Clarksville|
|A3||I Will Follow / Kids Don’t Follow|
|A4||Fuck School / Let It Be|
|A5||Takin’ A Ride / Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds|
|A6||Hey Good Lookin' / Temptation Eyes|
|A7||I'm In Trouble / Last Train To Clarksville|
|A8||Customer / September Gurls|
|A9||My Best Friend’s Girl|
|B2||One Of The Boys|
|B3||Take A Letter Maria|
|B4||Misty Mountain Hop / If I Could Slip Away|
|B5||Green Acres Theme|
|B6||If I Only Had A Brain|
|B7||Ballad Of Gilligan's Island|
|B9||Be My Lover|
|B10||Start Me Up|
|B11||I'll Be There|
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NotesPlain white sleeve, Xerox insert, one printed label, one white label.
Appears to be disc two of this release: https://www.localhost/Replacements-Live-And-Drunk/release/4243445
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