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Let It Be (Expanded Edition)


Download links and information about Let It Be (Expanded Edition) by The Replacements. This album was released in 1984 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 53:44 minutes.

Artist: The Replacements
Release date: 1984
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 17
Duration: 53:44
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No. Title Length
1. I Will Dare 3:17
2. Favorite Thing 2:19
3. We're Comin' Out 2:21
4. Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out 1:53
5. Androgynous 3:10
6. Black Diamond 2:45
7. Unsatisfied 4:01
8. Seen Your Video 3:08
9. Gary's Got a Boner 2:28
10. Sixteen Blue 4:25
11. Answering Machine 3:37
12. 20th Century Boy (Outtake) 3:56
13. Perfectly Lethal (Outtake) 3:30
14. Temptation Eyes (Outtake) 2:30
15. Answering Machine (Solo Home Demo) 2:43
16. Heartbeat - It's a Lovebeat (Outtake) [Rough Mix] 2:55
17. Sixteen Blue (Outtake) [Alternate Vocal] 4:46



Released in 1984, the Replacements’ third album, Let It Be, remains one of the most beloved albums of any era. It brilliantly captures a point in time when punk bands were maturing into full-on rock n’ roll groups, when the deliberate noise and aggression of the past decade was distilling into powerful songwriting, and when a self-propelled underground music movement proved it had staying power regardless of mainstream indifference. Let It Be has its silly side; “Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out” and “Gary’s Got a Boner” don’t take themselves seriously. The cover of Kiss’ “Black Diamond” is pure rock thunder. “Seen Your Video” expresses the band’s suspect contempt for the outside world. But Paul Westerberg compositions such as “Unsatisfied,” “Androgynous,” “Sixteen Blue,” and “Answering Machine” display an emotionally naked singer and songwriter who would influence and affect a generation. Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain learned more than a thing or two from this album. This reissue features six bonus cuts, including inspired run throughs of T. Rex’s “20th Century Boy” and the Grass Roots’ “Temptation Eyes,” as well as Westerberg’s home demo of “Answering Machine” and a very alternate vocal take on “Sixteen Blue.” Essential.