In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Paul Westerberg of the Replacements opened up about the band's decision to reunite, and the physical toll that even just a few tour dates has had on the now 54-year-old's body.

"We spent four days in Seattle," he says. "By the second day I was gripped with a sort of agoraphobia, afraid to go do anything."

The singer-songwriter also mentioned that the band is likely to make an album now that they're back together. The composer, guitarist, singer and pianist never stopped writing music. In fact, Westerberg already has potential names for two songs: 'Are You In It for the Money?' and 'Dead Guitar Player.'

If the new tunes are anything like the classics that everyone was so pumped to hear in Forest Hills last week, we're in for a real treat.

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