The Replacements will release “For Sale: Live at Maxwell’s 1986” in October

Modified: July 18, 2017

Categories: Music News

Other than the 1985, cassette-only album The Sh*t Hits the Fans, Minneapolis legends The Replacements have never had an official, multi-format live album release. On October 6th, that will change.

One of the last shows the band played with their core lineup of Paul Westerberg, Bob Stinson, Tommy Stinson and Chris Mars happened at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ, in February of 1986, just a few months before Bob left the band, and lucky for us, they had a 24-track mobile studio on hand to record the whole thing. For Sale: Live at Maxwell’s 1986 contains 29  tracks, including a bunch of songs from Tim, plus earlier selections from their debut Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash, and a number of covers as well. Rhino Records will release the collection as a double album on CD, vinyl, and digital/streaming formats, with liner notes by Bob Mehr, author of the book Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements, who took to Facebook to talk about the release, calling it “the best sounding Replacements live product that anyone has ever heard.”

The announcement comes along with their live recording of “Can’t Hardly Wait” which you can stream over at Rolling Stone. Enjoy, and check the track listing below.

 

Disc One

Hayday
Color Me Impressed
Dose Of Thunder
Fox On The Run
Hold My Life
I Will Dare
Favorite Thing
Unsatisfied
Can’t Hardly Wait
Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out
Takin’ A Ride
Bastards Of Young
Kiss Me On The Bus
Black Diamond

Disc Two

Johnny’s Gonna Die
Otto
I’m In Trouble
Left Of The Dial
God Damn Job
Answering Machine
Waitress In The Sky
Take Me Down To The Hospital
Gary’s Got A Boner
If Only You Were Lonely
Baby Strange
Hitchin’ A Ride
Nowhere Man
Go
F–k School

 

 

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