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Happy Birthday!


Paul Westerberg of The Replacements turns 50 today!

The Replacements, clockwise from bottom left:
Paul Westerberg, Chris Mars, Bob Stinson and Tommy Stinson.

Wikipedia: The Replacements

A fansite:

Video: The Replacements - I'll Be You - live 1989 - youtube

Blogload: The Replacements - Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash -



I wish you all the best and hope all your dreams come true!

Happy New Year!

Club80 said...

You too!

Private somewhere said...

Hey Son !
tout d'abord un grand bravo à toi pour les posts que tu proposes, toujours très classe !
je me permets de te donner le lien d'un groupe meconnu des années 90. Un groupe français produit par Lucas Trouble (Vietnam veterans) pour le label Nova Express, j'espère que tu apprécieras.
C'est leur 2nd album, je sais qu'il existe un premier LP ainsi qu'un 45 tours, mais ils sont jusqu'ici, introuvables...!
la chasse est donc ouverte. J'ai ajouté à l'archive les covers.
Bien à toi
bonne année

MOOKIE said...

English via Google Translate

Hey Son!
Firstly a big congratulations to you for the posts as you suggest, still very classy!
I would give you the link of a group IGNORED 90s. A French group produced by Lucas Trouble (Vietnam veterans) for the label Nova Express, I hope you will enjoy.
This is their 2nd album, I know there is a first LP as well as 45 laps, but they are so far not found ...!
hunting is open. I added to the archive covers.
Bien à toi
happy new year

Anonymous said...

Actually, Paul turned 50 on December 31. He was born on New Year's Eve 1959.

Club80 said... error. Corrected. Thanks

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