Since reuniting in 2012 and dropping their Songs for Slim EP the next year, the Replacements have played a handful of shows, including appearances at Riot Fest and Coachella. Now, they’ve announced a comprehensive retrospective box set and a full-blown U.S. tour.

The forthcoming eight-disc set, The Complete Studio Albums 1981-1990, will arrive April 14 via Rhino. It will span all seven of the Minneapolis punk outfit’s studio albums: 1981’s Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash, 1983’s Hootenanny, 1984’s Let It Be, 1985’s Tim, 1987’s Pleased to Meet Me, 1989’s Don’t Tell a Soul and 1990’s All Shook Down. Also included is their 1982 EP, Stink. All of the discs will boast the remastered sound Rhino gave them back in 2008.

Ahead of the box set, the band announced the Back by Unpopular Demand tour, their first in nearly 25 years. It will kick off in Seattle shortly before the release of The Complete Studio Albums on April 9. From there, the Replacements will make 14 stops in the U.S. Find the complete itinerary below.

True to form, the good news came in a press release hand-marked and corrected by the band, adding their two cents in the margins. Check it out:


The Replacements Back by Unpopular Demand Tour
April 9: Seattle, Wash. – Paramount Theatre
April 10: Portland, Ore. – Crystal Ballroom
April 13: San Francisco, Calif. – The Masonic
April 15: Los Angeles, Calif. – Hollywood Palladium
April 16: Los Angeles, Calif. – Hollywood Palladium
April 19: Denver, Colo. – The Fillmore
April 29: Chicago, Ill. – The Riviera Theatre
April 30: Chicago, Ill. – The Riviera Theatre
May 2: Milwaukee, Wis. – Eagles Ballroom
May 3: Detroit, Mich. – The Fillmore
May 5: Pittsburgh, Pa. – Stage AE
May 6: Columbus, Ohio – LC Pavillion
May 8: Washington, D.C. – Echostage
May 9: Philadelphia, Pa. – Festival Pier
May 28: Barcelona, Spain – Primavera Sound Festival
May 30: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso
June 2: London, U.K. – Roundhouse
June 3: London, U.K. – Roundhouse
June 6: Porto, Portugal – Primavera Sound Festival