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Hootenanny (Expanded Edition)


Download links and information about Hootenanny (Expanded Edition) by The Replacements. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 48:15 minutes.

Artist: The Replacements
Release date: 1983
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 48:15
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No. Title Length
1. Hootenanny 1:52
2. Run It 1:12
3. Color Me Impressed 2:27
4. Willpower 4:20
5. Take Me Down to the Hospital 3:47
6. Mr. Whirly 1:57
7. Within Your Reach 4:24
8. Buck Hill 2:10
9. Lovelines 2:01
10. You Lose 1:42
11. Hayday 2:06
12. Treatment Bound 3:12
13. Lookin' for Ya (Outtake) 1:57
14. Junior's Got a Gun (Outtake) [Rough Mix] 2:08
15. Ain't No Crime (Outtake) 1:15
16. Johnny Fast (Outtake) [Rough Mix] 2:28
17. Treatment Bound (Alternate Version) 3:15
18. Lovelines (Alternate Vocal) 2:05
19. Bad Worker (Solo Home Demo) 3:57



The Replacements’ second album (1982’s Stink was just an EP), 1983’s Hootenanny, presents the band at a transitional point. They’d come close to teaming with the loud, fast rules of hardcore punk (“Run It” tilts that way) but were clearly more interested in forging their own irreverent path, mixing elements of country, blues, folk and old time rock n’ roll until it was all a jumbled, glorious, Replacements mess. The title track features the band playing each other’s instruments and not particularly well. This goofy indifference bleeds into the other tracks, where “Take Me Down to the Hospital,” “Mr. Whirly,” and “Treatment Bound” take on silly and serious concerns simultaneously. “Color Me Impressed” and the solo Westerberg track “Within Your Reach” point towards the introspective songwriting that would solidify the group’s legend beyond their live hi-jinks. This reissue features six bonus cuts, including a manic take on “Johnny’s Gonna Die” from their debut album (listed here as “Johnny Fast”) and alternate versions of “Treatment Bound” and “Lovelines,” as well as a hilarious Westerberg home demo of “Bad Worker,” an anthem for slackers and underachievers everywhere.