Episode 236: The Replacements and Other Favorites




December 8, 2017


  • The Replacements “Kids Don’t Follow” Stink (Ryko/Rhino) 1982
  • The Replacements “Kiss Me on the Bus” Tim (Sire Records) 1985
  • The Replacements “Here Comes A Regular” Tim (Sire Records) 1985
  • The Menzingers “Where Your Heartache Exists” Rented World (Epitaph Records) 2014
  • The Menzingers “After the Party” After the Party (Epitaph Records) 2017
  • The Replacements “Alex Chilton” Pleased to Meet Me (Sire) 1989
  • The Junior Varsity “The Importance of Being Important” Cinematographic (Victory Records) 2007


And…that’s a wrap! Big thanks to Will Pfeifer and Billy Kulpa for guest hosting this week. For their last day, Will and Billy talk about Replacements, Menzingers, and some other bands we think you’ll like. Jim and Patrick will return to their hosting duties first thing Monday morning. Happy Friday everyone!

Follow Will Pfeifer on Twitter: @willpfeifer.

Follow Billy Kulpa: @billykulpa.

FUN FACT: As mentioned in the episode, The Replacements were usually drunk when they performed. Ever wondered how their debut on ‘Saturday Night Live’ went? Here’s a taste:

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