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Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out The Trash

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Description: Amazon.com essential recording The Replacements' 1981 debut, like the Stink EP that came on its heels, is laden with hardcore punk that was the flavor in underground rock of the time, albeit of a customized strain. Oddly enough, that sense of compromise is the source of the charm to both early Mats titles. The Minneapolis quartet play fast and loose here but aren't inclined to display the discipline the leading lights of the movement boasted. Raggedness and humor are their fortes. One can almost picture Paul Westerberg smirking a bit at the sanctioned snotty sentiments he's voicing. "I hate music!" he bellows in the so ... (more)
Manufacturer: Restless Records
Release date: 3 September 2002
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0018777376228 UPC: 018777376228
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RS: 40 Greatest Punk Albums of All-Time (40 music items)

"Definitive proof that Midwestern drunkards could be as fast, loud and sloppy as any New York junkie, with resident poet Paul Westerberg croaking about booze and despair over the band's "power trash." What truly set them apart was the humor that came through in lyrics like "I hate music!/It's got too many notes!""