MP3: The Replacements Reunite for Three Shows

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The Replacements Reunite for Three Shows MP3

Ever since The Replacements played their final show on July 4th, 1991 in Chicago, fans have wondered if the highly influential rock group would ever reunite. It wasn’t as if the members were just sitting around; frontman Paul Westerberg had went on to a fairly successful solo career, and Tommy Stinson went on to become the bassist for Guns N’ Roses. Still, Westerberg and Stinson told Rolling Stone l... Source: obscuresound.com

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