Box Sets, Tour Dates — March 6, 2015 at 6:59 am

The Replacements announce 8-disc album collection, edit Rhino Records’ press release

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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


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  1. North America, my ass! I don’t see any Canadian or Mexican dates. You don’t even come close to Canada on the east coast. No Boston or New York or even better (for me) Portland, Maine. You really should go there. It’s a great place. Or Halifax, Nova Scotia. It’s great too.

    Yours truly, Scott

  2. 120Seconds

    So they are going to bundle those ’08 Remasters/Disasters that are riddled with errors? These are worse than the New Order Deluxe Edition releases – but, at least, they were “kind” enough to replace those.

  3. Scott Stalcup

    Way to deflate the pomposity of an unnecessary re-release with the press release.

    God, I’m glad they’re back! Hope they stick around this time. Hope the diss. is defended by the time of the Milwaukee show.

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