To coincide with their first headlining tour in 24 years, The Replacements next month will release an 8-disc box set that collects the band’s seven studio albums and one EP released between 1981 and 1990, an announcement made today via a Rhino Records press release that had been copy edited by the band itself.
Due out April 14 and list-priced at $54.98, The Complete Studio Albums 1981-1990 will include Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash (1981), Stink (1982), Hootenanny (1983), Let It Be (1984), Tim (1985), Pleased to Meet Me (1987), Don’t Tell a Soul (1989) and All Shook Down (1990).
The set includes the remastered audio from the 2008 Rhino reissues, but not the bonus material.
The reunited ‘Mats — Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson, plus guitarist David Minehan and drummer Josh Freese — will open their 14-date, mostly sold-out North American tour April 9 in Seattle.
Below, see the band’s full tour dates, plus the edits they made to Rhno’s press release.
The Replacements tour dates:
April 9: Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (Sold Out)
April 10: Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR (Sold Out)
April 13: The Masonic, San Francisco, CA (Sold Out)
April 15: Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA
April 16: Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA (Sold Out)
April 19: The Fillmore, Denver, CO
April 29: The Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL (Sold Out)
April 30: The Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL (Sold Out)
May 2: Eagles Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI (Sold Out)
May 3: The Fillmore, Detroit, MI (Sold Out)
May 5: Stage, AE, Pittsburgh, PA (Sold Out)
May 6: LC Pavilion, Columbus, OH (Sold Out)
May 8: Echostage, Washington, D.C. (Sold Out)
May 9: Festival Pier, Philadelphia, PA
May 28: Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain
May 30: Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
June 2: Roundhouse, London, UK (Sold Out)
June 3: Roundhouse, London, UK
June 5: Primavera Sound, Porto, Portugal