Plain Recordings continues its run of 180-gram Paul Westerberg reissues, announcing this week that it will follow up its new editions of 14 Songs and Eventually with the release the once and current Replacements frontman’s third solo album — 1999’s Suicaine Gratification, co-produced by Don Was — on vinyl for the first time ever this fall.
The album, to be reissued sometime this fall, featured appearances by Soul Asylum’s Dave Pirner, Shawn Colvin, Benmont Tench of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and current ‘Mats drummer Josh Freese.
Plain reissued Eventually earlier this year and is due to re-release 14 Songs in June.
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS
- The Replacements go home: ’Mats to play Twin Cities in first headlining gig in 23 years
- Paul Westerberg’s solo debut ‘14 Songs’ to receive first-ever vinyl release in 2014
- Paul Westerberg’s sophomore solo set ‘Eventually’ to make vinyl debut in January
- The Replacements at Riot Fest: Photos, video, setlist from first ’Mats show in 22 years