Stink (EP)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Stink (album))
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Stink
The Replacements - The Replacements Stink cover.jpg
EP by
ReleasedJune 24, 1982 (1982-06-24)
RecordedMarch 13, 1982
GenreHardcore punk
Length15:10
LabelTwin/Tone (8228)
ProducerSteven Fjelstad, Peter Jesperson, The Replacements
The Replacements chronology
Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash
(1981)
Stink
(1982)
Hootenanny
(1983)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3.5/5 stars [1]
Pitchfork Media(7.0/10) [2]
Robert ChristgauA− [3]
Punknews.org4/5 stars [4]

Stink is an EP by the band The Replacements, recorded at Blackberry Way, Minneapolis, Minnesota, on March 13, 1982, and released on June 24, 1982.

Before the first track, "Kids Don't Follow", audio can be heard of the Minneapolis police breaking up a rent party at The Harmony Building in Minneapolis. It is possible by listening carefully to hear one of the audience members curse the police. The audience member in question is believed to be Dave Pirner of Soul Asylum.[5]

The EP was remastered and reissued by Rhino Entertainment on April 22, 2008, with four additional tracks.

The song "Kids Don't Follow" was made available as Rock Band 2 DLC on May 19, 2009.

Track listing[edit]

Side A
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Kids Don't Follow"Paul Westerberg2:50
2."Fuck School"Westerberg, Bob Stinson, Tommy Stinson, Chris Mars1:26
3."Stuck in the Middle"Westerberg, Stinson, Stinson, Mars1:48
4."God Damn Job"Westerberg1:19
Side B
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."White and Lazy"Westerberg2:06
2."Dope Smokin' Moron"Westerberg, Stinson, Stinson, Mars1:31
3."Go"Westerberg2:29
4."Gimme Noise"Westerberg, Stinson, Stinson, Mars1:41

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stink at AllMusic
  2. ^ Pitchfork Media Review Archived March 3, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Robert Christgau Review
  4. ^ Punknews.org Review
  5. ^ Walsh, Jim (2009). The Replacements: All Over But the Shouting: An Oral History. Voyageur Press. p. 89. ISBN 9781616739782.

https://blog.thecurrent.org/2016/01/the-replacements-stink-show-a-true-story-from-minnesota-music-history/