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Friday, March 17, 2006



That is such an awesome song and video. That whole album is amazing. It's their best of the "normal years" the way "Hootenanny" is the best of the fucked-up years. Thanks for reminding me of the video.


best american band of the 80s.

BB Ramone

Great Idea! a video and a related mp3. cool

i mail you asking for trade link 3 days ago

still waiting your link back . .if you dont wanna trade traffic just mail me guy..

and great idea.. a video with a related mp3.. hahahahah..


Cool, I saw this video for the first time a couple a days ago, I enjoyed the video and song so much that I went out and got Tim.


the best part is when the guy kicks the fuckin speaker...


"The ones who love us best are the ones we'll lay to rest
And visit their graves on holidays at best
The ones who love us least are the ones we'll die to please
If it's any consolation, I don't begin to understand them"

So true.


anybody know anything about this?

like a tracklist??

your standard life

i miss the replacements. great post.


This is my favorite video ever too! I saw it on 120 minutes when I was a wee lad, and the next day I went out and bought Tim. Then, I heard a bit about Minneapolis hardcore, and picked a copy of Zen Arcade up too. These two albums fucking changed my little world(that was sort of convinced that punk rock and shit somehow just involved hair dye). Speaking of the Huskers, youtube also has a rad video of them playing on the Joan Rivers show, and being interviewed by the plasticine freak. Fuckin' wicked.


thanks for the tip off on the vid - it's weird, I'm goin to see Bob Mould at this tiny ass little restaurant (basically a Jewish deli) in VA Beach in a few days - it's not even sold out, what's wrong with people

ryan r.

thanks for turning me onto the replacements. their music kind of makes me nostalgic for a time in my life i'm way too young to have even lived. wearing XL shirts in the early 90's with a bad haircut, talking about how people just don't understand. oh, and being drunk...really drunk. it just reaffirms my love for the twin cities.

- Ryan


what's this i hear about the replacements a.) getting back together b.) recording three new songs and c.) playing a few dates in the fall?


Buddyhead made me like The Replacements!

Thanks guys. I just bought Tim, it's killer.


That B-Side rules.

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