40 Years Ago Today- The Replacements Released Debut LP ‘Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash’

40 years ago today (6/25/81), The Replacements released their debut LP Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash on Twin/Tone Records. The album would signify a brash punk sound that would later dissolve on the Minneapolis’ band’s later melodic mid to late 80’s alt-rock inventions. Bassist Tommy Stinson was only 14 when this debut was released and frontman Paul Westerberg was musically on the belligerent side. Sorry Ma, still remains a thrilling listen with its whipper-snap compositions. Check out in full….

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