Discography: Radiohead: Pablo Honey
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Discography: Radiohead: Pablo Honey

It’s hard to imagine anyone projecting Radiohead out to being the 21st century’s most important band.

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Discography: The Replacements: All Shook Down
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Discography: The Replacements: All Shook Down

Maybe letting the Replacements go was the best thing Westerberg could have done.

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Discography: The Replacements: Don’t Tell a Soul
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Discography: The Replacements: Don’t Tell a Soul

If there’s a single song that best encapsulates the last days of The Replacements, it’s “Talent Show,” the lead track off Don’t Tell a Soul. It opens with…

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Discography: The Replacements: Pleased to Meet Me
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Discography: The Replacements: Pleased to Meet Me

One wonders if the Replacements knew how close they were to the end of their creative peak by the time Pleased to Meet Me came out.

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Discography: The Replacements: Tim
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Discography: The Replacements: Tim

Tim is focused and streamlined, more intent on being a rock album than anything else.

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Discography: The Replacements: Let it Be
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Discography: The Replacements: Let it Be

Let It Be ultimately signaled the beginning of the end for the old Replacements.

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Discography: The Replacements: Hootenanny
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Discography: The Replacements: Hootenanny

Hootenanny devolves into the barely controlled chaos that its opener promised.

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Discography: The Replacements: Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash
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Discography: The Clash: Cut the Crap
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Discography: The Clash: Cut the Crap

Cut the Crap sounds every bit like the nail in the coffin it ended up being for the Clash as a band.

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Discography: The Clash: Combat Rock
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Discography: The Clash: Combat Rock

For all of its flaws, Combat Rock still contains many of the band’s finest hours.

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