Tommy Stinson has brought back the name of his first post-Replacements band for a new record coming in 2017.
The Replacements released their debut, 'Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash,' in August 1981.
Tommy Stinson admits he rarely returns to his back catalog with the Replacements – even when he needed to practice up for a reunion.
On their major label debut, the Replacements started to take themselves seriously and became self-aware as they veered towards self-destruction.
Wallace dishes at length with juicy anecdotes from the long, colorful history of Faith No More long and his time working with the Replacements.
The release of Against Me!'s '23 Live Sex Acts' marks a fitting occasion to look back on some of the imaginative titles bands have named their live albums.
The group also celebrated the release of their fourth album, 'The Most Lamentable Tragedy,' and frontman Patrick Stickles' 30th birthday.
Hallman helped launch the careers of Minneapolis groups like the Replacements and Soul Asylum.
The frontman said, 'lazy bastards to the end' then smashed his guitar.