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Tim & How The Replacements Ruined Everything

In 1985 The Replacements had the potential to become the next big thing. After four years of producing quality pop-coated hardcore, their major label debut Tim was supposed to be their next step, their leap into the mainstream. As stated in the album’s Rolling Stone review: “Tim... sounds as if it were made by the last real band in the world.” [Tim Holmes, Rolling Stone, November 1985] And in the face of new wave, electropop and the million made up faces of MTV, Replacements really did seem like the last bastions of that classic rock’n’roll sound, that lineage that went back through the Stooges via the Stones to Chuck Berry. With their previous albums Hootenanny and Let It Be, The Replacements had the sound. With "Kids Don't Follow," "Color Me Impressed," "Unsatisfied," "I Will Dare," "Left of the Dial," "Bastards of Young," and "Can't Hardly Wait" they had the songs; Nothing stood in their way other than themselves. This is the story of Tim and How The Replacements Blew It.

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Soundtrack:
Luar - Clouds (https://soundcloud.com/luarbeats)
Jesse Gallagher - The Inner Sound
Luar - Anchor (https://soundcloud.com/luarbeats)

00:00 Introduction
01:11 The Replacements Rip Off The Beatles
05:11 The Replacements Let Down The Music Industry
09:54 The Replacements Name a Record "Tim"
15:52 The Replacements Get Banned From SNL
19:48 And That Was The End of The Replacements

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