Hootenanny is the second studio album by The Replacements, released in 1983 by Twin/Tone Records. TRACK LISTING: "Hootenanny" "Run It".
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Hootenanny (The Replacements album). Hootenanny is the second studio album by the American rock band The Replacements, released on April 29, 1983 by Twin/Tone Records. 1 Recording and release.
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Hootenanny is the place where the Replacements began to branch out from the breakneck punk that characterized their first two records - which isn't quite the same thing as growing up, however. The brilliant thing about Hootenanny is that it teeters at the brink of maturity but never makes the dive into that deep pool
Hootenanny (CD, Album, RE, RM). Restless Records, Twin/Tone Records. Hootenanny (LP, Album, TP). What Goes On Records. GOES ON 21. UK. 1988.
Released April 29, 1983. Hootenanny Tracklist. 1. Hootenanny Lyrics. The Replacements second LP (third if you count the mini-album Stink ) saw the band straying away from the fast hardocore punk sound of their first album – although some songs like Run It still retain some of those elements, influences are here more diverse, from the blues of the title track to a quasi-goth sound in Willpower and a surf sound in . Buck Hill. Overall, the band is a step closer to their song-driven indie sound that would characterize their later and more classical phase. The original album came out in 1983 through the label Twin/Tone
As for the original album itself, well it is easily one of the bands best ever. It's early 1980's punk that has the hardcore attitude but doesn't sound hardcore and still maintains humour and pop leanings. A notch up from the groups legendary debut Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash in every way, the vocals, lyrics, musicianship, and even performance are all just slightly better on Hootenanny than Sorry
Tracklist: 1. Hootenanny, 2. Run It, 3. Color Me Impressed, 4. Willpower, 5. Take Me Down To The Hospital, 6. Mr. Whirly, 7. Within Your Reach, 8. Buck Hill, 9. Lovelines, 10. You Lose, 11. Hayday, 12. Treatment Bound. More albums from The Replacements: The Shit Hits The Fans by The Replacements. The Sire Years by The Replacements. Stink ( Kids Don’t Follow Plus Seven) by The Replacements. Let It Be by The Replacements. For Sale: Live At Maxwell’s 1986 by The Replacements. Don’t Tell A Soul by The Replacements. Tim by The Replacements. Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash by The Replacements. View all albums . Hootenanny.
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Bass – B. Stinson*Guitar [2nd] – T. Stinson*Lead Guitar – C. Mars*Vocals, Drums – P. Westerberg*
Engineer – Steve Fjelstad
|3||Color Me Impressed||2:26|
|5||Take Me Down To The Hospital||3:48|
|7||Within Your Reach
Engineer – Steve FjelstadInstruments [All] – P. Westerberg*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Twin/Tone Records
- Copyright (c) – Restless Records
- Manufactured By – WEA Mfg. Olyphant
- Recorded At – Blackberry Way Studios
- Bass Guitar – Tommy Stinson (tracks: 2 to 6, 8 to 12)
- Drums – Chris Mars (tracks: 2 to 6, 8 to 12)
- Lead Guitar – Bob Stinson (tracks: 2 to 6, 8 to 12)
- Photography By [Other Photos] – Carton
- Photography By [Photo Of Bob] – Tim Schuck
- Producer – Paul Stark, Peter Jesperson, The Replacements
- Sleeve – Fake Name Graphx*
- Vocals, Guitar – Paul Westerberg (tracks: 2 to 6, 8 to 12)
NotesMostly recorded Oct. 82 - Jan. 83 at a warehouse in some godawful suburb north of Mpls.
"Run It" and "Within Your Reach" were recorded at Blackberry Way.
"Treatment Bound" recorded in the basement.
"Hootenanny" was originally released in 1983. All tracks are the original mixes. They have been digitally remastered for this CD.
℗ 1983 TwinTone Records. © 2002 Restless Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 18777 37602 0
|TTR 8332||The Replacements||Hootenanny (LP, Album)||Twin/Tone Records||TTR 8332||US||1983|
|GOES ON 21||The Replacements||Hootenanny (LP, Album, TP)||What Goes On Records||GOES ON 21||UK||1988|
|TTR 8332-2||The Replacements||Hootenanny (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Twin/Tone Records||TTR 8332-2||US||Unknown|
|RR 9091 2||The Replacements||Hootenanny (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Twin/Tone Records||RR 9091 2||Netherlands||1993|
|TFCK-88653||The Replacements||Hootenanny (CD, Album, Promo, RM)||Twin/Tone Records, Toy's Factory||TFCK-88653||Japan||1995|