The Replacements' second full-length album is a drunken mess, which means it's a Replacements classic.
The iconic indie rockers performed the new song at their recent Los Angeles tour date.
The Replacements: still one of the greatest bands ever.
Things seem to be going well for the Replacements since they reunited in 2013.
We mourn the loss of critically-acclaimed and award-winning engineer and producer, John Hampton.
The album of a dozen transitions, both for the band and its fans.
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.
The Replacements’ reunion stop at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens last night (Sept. 20) was the dignified coda -- if that's even what it is -- that the band deserves.
The Replacements made a triumphant return to the NBC studios last night when they appeared on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.'
The Replacements are about to end a 28 year streak of not playing inside New York City's Rockefeller Center.