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3rd Jun '16 10:57:13 AM moloch
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!!! "Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Tropes":

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!!! ! "Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Tropes":
29th Mar '16 10:05:33 AM FulminataXII
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* DarkAndTroubledPast: Bob Stinson had a ''very'' traumatic childhood, which goes a long way in explaining his behavior in adulthood.
18th Mar '16 8:06:44 AM moloch
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* LiveAlbum: ''The Shit Hits The Fans'', perhaps one of the most representative live albums ever - it consists of 20 covers and only 5 'Mats songs recorded to regular cassette tape, and by the end the band are so drunk they can barely play.
18th Mar '16 7:56:58 AM moloch
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Defining AlternativeRock bands, before it was cool. The definitive lineup included Paul Westerberg (rhythm guitar, vocals), Tommy Stinson (bass), Bobby Stinson (lead guitar) and Chris Mars (drums). Bobby Stinson was replaced by Slim Dunlop in 1987 and Chris Mars by Steve Foley in 1990. Since the breakup of the band in 1991 Westerberg has released numerous solo records, and Tommy Stinson has played in a number of bands, most notably with [[Music/GunsNRoses Axl Rose and Friends]].

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Defining AlternativeRock bands, before it was cool. The definitive lineup included Paul Westerberg (rhythm guitar, vocals), Tommy Stinson (bass), Bobby Stinson (lead guitar) and Chris Mars (drums). Bobby Stinson was replaced by Slim Dunlop Dunlap in 1987 and Chris Mars by Steve Foley in 1990. Since the breakup of the band in 1991 Westerberg has released numerous solo records, and Tommy Stinson has played in a number of bands, most notably with [[Music/GunsNRoses Axl Rose and Friends]].
4th Jan '16 7:18:58 PM BadSplice
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* TheAlcoholic: All the original members, particularly Bobby Stinson, who was fired for being ''too much of a drunk'', which is equal parts sad and impressive.

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* TheAlcoholic: All the original members, particularly Bobby Stinson, who was fired for being ''too much of a drunk'', which is equal parts sad and impressive.drunk''.
4th Jan '16 7:18:12 PM BadSplice
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* TheAlcoholic: All the original members, particularly Bobby Stinson.

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* TheAlcoholic: All the original members, particularly Bobby Stinson.Stinson, who was fired for being ''too much of a drunk'', which is equal parts sad and impressive.
19th Dec '15 11:46:00 AM FulminataXII
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* FriendlyRivalry: With fellow Twin Cities punks Music/HuskerDu.
3rd Aug '15 5:03:05 AM TMOverbeck
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* InNameOnly: ''All Shook Down''. Westerberg was the only common denominator throughout the album, as the tracks featured maybe one or two other band members at random, and a whole slew of guest musicians and singers.

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* InNameOnly: ''All Shook Down''. Westerberg was the only common denominator throughout the album, as the tracks featured maybe one or two other band members at random, random ("Attitude" is the ''only'' track with all four members playing together), and a whole slew of guest musicians and singers.
31st Jul '15 6:17:05 AM TMOverbeck
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* CarefulWithThatAxe / ScareChord: The beginning of "Anywhere's Better Than Here" if you aren't expecting it.



* ScareChord: The beginning of "Anywhere's Better Than Here" if you aren't expecting it.
28th Jul '15 6:47:31 PM TMOverbeck
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* 2013: ''Songs For Slim'' (EP)



* IAmTheBand: Increasingly Westerberg, much to Tommy Stinson's well publicised chagrin, to the extent that ''All Shook Down'' was nearly released as a solo record

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* IAmTheBand: Increasingly Westerberg, much to Tommy Stinson's well publicised publicized chagrin, to the extent that ''All Shook Down'' was nearly released as a solo recordrecord.



* InNameOnly: ''All Shook Down''. Westerberg was the only common denominator throughout the album, as the tracks featured maybe one or two other band members at random, and a whole slew of guest musicians and singers.



* TakeThat: "Seen Your Video", a swipe at hair metal bands of the era. (however, they've been known to cover merry-go round by motley crue live, as hear don "shit hits the fan" so it's clear they don't hate all of them)

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* TakeThat: "Seen Your Video", a swipe at hair metal bands of the era. (however, (However, they've been known to cover merry-go round "Merry Go Round" by motley crue Music/MotleyCrue live, as hear don "shit hits the fan" so it's clear they don't hate all ''all'' of them)them.)
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