The Replacements - Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash mp3 album
- Performer: The Replacements
- Title: Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: WAV AC3 MP3 DTS MIDI XM WAV
- Released: 2015
- Style: Garage Rock, Punk, Indie Rock
- MP3 album: 1768 mb
- FLAC album: 1828 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 459
Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash is the first studio album by the American punk rock band The Replacements. It was released on August 25, 1981 by Twin/Tone Records. The track "Somethin' to Dü" is a reference to the band Hüsker Dü, contemporaries of The Replacements and their Saint Paul counterparts. The track "Johnny's Gonna Die" is a reference to influential guitarist Johnny Thunders of the Heartbreakers and New York Dolls.
Their persona is so well defined: The Replacements were the working-class kids bursting with talent but always ready to squander it; the bratty wise guys with a sensitive streak who refused to play by the rules. But the group's persona has a distancing effect for those who are new to the band. There's never been a shortage of thirty and fortysomethings reminiscing about the 'Mats. Before these reissues, when someone would say that the band peaked with their first album, 1981's Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash, I'd assume they were either: 1) a serial contrarian, 2) someone who finds punk rock to be music's greatest expression, or 3) crazy. Surely, the Replacements improved as they went. But now, returning to these records after so long, the "debut is best" take finally makes some sense.
Album · 1981 · 31 Songs. The Replacements’ 1981 debut captures the Minneapolis miscreants in their primordial drunk-punk glory. And on the brooding outlier Johnny’s Gonna Die, we get an early glimpse of his burgeoning flair for sobering character studies.
Hootenanny, Stink, Sorry Ma all came out before. Now Sorry Ma is nothing like the bands later material either. It's much, much more raw. The production is not as clean but actually makes the album sound better over all then that of Tim and Pleased To Meet Me. This is the earliest carnation of the band with both Stinson brothers. The fantastic Bob Stinson on lead guitar. Bob is one of the most underrated guitar players in all of rock and roll. Tommy Stinson on bass. At the time of this album Tommy was only about fourteen years old, amazing huh. Christopher Mars on the drums. The Replacements were concidered by the time the disbanded one of the greatest bands of all time, and still today they are looked at that one, but more now than then as the legend has grown. It is both humbling and interesting to see where the band came from as well as rewarding.
Written-By – P. Westerberg (tracks: A1 to A7, B1 to B9), The Replacements (tracks: A8, A9). Notes.
Punk-Rock The Replacements. Liste der Bands Punk-Rock The Replacements Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash. Bearbeite die Lyrics. Band Name The Replacements. Album Name Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash. Erscheinungsdatum August 1981. Labels Rykodisc Restless Records Twin-Tone Records. Musik GenrePunk-Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0.
In fact, the album in itself has its own superb introduction. What better way to start off this band's discography than an aptly-named track like "Takin' A Ride"" That track title is spot-on in a figurative way because by listening to this first song you get the idea that you are actually about to "take a ride" at the start of the last great rock n' roll band's discography. However, what I've noticed after listening to this album several times in and out is that the guitar intro to "Kick Your Door Down" sounds a lot like the guitar outro to "Shiftless When Idle", another great track off of "Sorry Ma", but besides that small resemblance, both songs are A-. It's also one of the small cons of this album.
Part of the Replacements' appeal always was that they didn't quite fit into any tidy category and nowhere was that truer than on their 1981 debut, Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash. Falling over themselves to fit into the Minneapolis hardcore scene, the 'Mats played fast and loose, which was part of the problem - they were too loose, lacking the discipline to fit within hardcore, which even in '81 was adhering to the loud-fast rules that would later morph into straight-edge. It may not quite sound like any other American punk record but Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash is one of the best LPs the entire scene produced in the early '80s.
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