Former Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson today released a free song called “One Man Mutiny” as a thank you to fans who helped him raise more than $50,000 in a recent auction to benefit Haiti. Stinson recorded the mostly acoustic ballad on his laptop in the restaurant at a Brussels hotel on Sept. 28 during a stop on Guns N’ Roses’ tour; bandmates Richard Fortus and Dizzy Reed pitch in on electric guitar and piano, respectively. You can watch a video for the track above, and download an MP3 below, as long as you’re willing to cough up an e-mail address.
Download Tommy Stinson’s “One Man Mutiny” after the jump…
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