Stereo (Paul Westerberg album)

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Stereo
Stereo Westerberg.jpg
Studio album by Paul Westerberg
Released April 23, 2002
Genre Folk Rock
Length 44:52
Label Vagrant
Producer Paul Westerberg
Paul Westerberg chronology
Suicaine Gratifaction
(1999)Suicaine Gratifaction1999
Stereo
(2002)
Come Feel Me Tremble
(2003)Come Feel Me Tremble2003

Stereo is the fourth solo album by Paul Westerberg. At this point in his career, the former Replacements leader was entering a new phase. He said goodbye to professional studios and big-name producers like Brendan O'Brien and Don Was, recording the album in his basement by himself. As detailed in the liner notes, Westerberg made no effort to fix imperfections like the tape running out in the middle of a song. Stereo was packaged with Mono, which he credited to his Grandpaboy alter ego.

"Postcards from Paradise", a cover of a Flesh for Lulu song, is located on the same track as "Call That Gone?"

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Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Paul Westerberg, except where noted.

  1. "Baby Learns to Crawl"
  2. "Dirt to Mud"
  3. "Only Lie Worth Telling"
  4. "Got You Down"
  5. "No Place for You"
  6. "Boring Enormous"
  7. "Nothing to No One"
  8. "We May Be the Ones"
  9. "Don't Want Never"
  10. "Strike Down the Band"
  11. "Mr. Rabbit" (Traditional)
  12. "Let the Bad Times Roll"
  13. "Call That Gone?"
  14. "Postcards from Paradise" (Hidden track) (Rocco Barker/Nick Marsh/Kevin Mills/James Mitchell)