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The Replacements to release covers EP, possibly reuniting

The Replacements

Last month, Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson of the Replacements regrouped in a Minneapolis studio to record four covers, which will be released in the form of a limited edition 10-inch. The pressing will produce 250 vinyl copies to be auctioned off online. All proceeds from the release will go to the band's former guitarist Slim Dunlap ('87-'91) who suffered a severe stroke last February.

According to Westerberg, who was speaking with Rolling Stone, drummer Chris Mars didn't want any part of the session. When asked about the possibility of a reunion tour and/or album, Westerberg stated: "It's possible... After playing with Tommy last week, I was thinking, 'All right, let's crank it up and knock out a record like this.' I'm closer to it now than I was two years ago, let's say that."

Find the EP's tracklisting and a video of the guys soundchecking "Bastards of Young" at Maxwell's in 1986, below.



"Busted Up" (Slim Dunlap)
"Everything's Coming Up Roses" (Gypsy)
"I'm Not Sayin'" (Gordon Lightfoot)
"Lost Highway" (Hank Williams)