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Replacements, The - The Pleasure’s All Yours: Pleased to Meet Me Outtakes & Alternates

Replacements, The - The Pleasure’s All Yours: Pleased to Meet Me Outtakes & Alternates

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The Pleasure Is All Yours: The Pleased to Meet Me Outtakes & Alternates is a collection of material from The Replacements sessions for their critically acclaimed fifth studio album Pleased to Meet Me. Recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis over a three month period in 1987 - with legendary producer Jim Dickinson - Please To Meet Me was the only album recorded by the band as a trio, after original guitarist Bob Stinson acrimoniously left the band. This Record Store Day exclusive release features an entire LP of outtakes and alternates which have never been released on vinyl before. Tracks include outtakes of Birthday Gal, Beer for Breakfast, plus, alternate versions of Alex Chilton and Can't Hardly Wait amongst others. All audio has been remastered by Justin Perkins. Limited Edition pressing of 6500 copies.

Tracklist:

Side A: 01 Birthday Gal 02 Learn How to Fail 03 Run for the Country 04 Can't Hardly Wait (Alternate Version) 05 All He Wants to Do Is Fish
Side B: 01
 Alex Chilton (Alternate Version) 02 I Can Help (Studio Outtake) 03 Lift Your Skirt 04 Till We're Nude 05 Beer for Breakfast 06 Trouble on the Way 07 I Don't Know (Out Take)

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Treat it like your grandma, you know if she was a record. Know what I mean? Tender care, don't talk back, and never interupt during Murder She Wrote. Wait - what the hell was I writing about-

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