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Tim is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band The Replacements. It was released in October 1985 on Sire Records. It was their first major label release and also the last album made by the original line-up of the band: guitarist Bob Stinson was kicked out of the band towards the end of 1986. Like its predecessors, Tim achieved moderate mainstream commercial success despite critical acclaim

Moving to a major label was inevitable for the Replacements: they garnered too much acclaim and attention after Let It Be to stay on Twin/Tone, especially as the label faced the same distribution problems that plagued many indies in the mid-'80s - plus, the 'Mats' crosstown rivals, Hüsker Dü, made the leap to the big leagues, paving.

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By: The Replacements (1985, Rock). More albums from The Replacements: The Shit Hits The Fans by The Replacements. The Sire Years by The Replacements. Stink ( Kids Don’t Follow Plus Seven) by The Replacements. Let It Be by The Replacements. Hootenanny by The Replacements. For Sale: Live At Maxwell’s 1986 by The Replacements. Don’t Tell A Soul by The Replacements. Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash by The Replacements. View all albums . Tim. By: The Replacements (1985, Rock).

18, 1985, Tim was the best possible outcome - proof the Replacements could go respectable without losing their edge. It’s about as strong a major label debut as any underground punk band has ever made, and while many ‘Mats heads will go to the mat for 1984’s Let It Be - the foursome’s third LP and last one for the Minneapolis indie Twin/Tone - Tim is arguably the band’s finest moment. Lay It Down Clown : While not quite Tommy Got His Tonsils Out or Gary’s Got a Boner, the jokey cuts that make Let It Be such a similar album, this roadhouse-punk rager about a switchblade-packing drug addict stands alongside Dose of Thunder as a jarring break from the cleverness and profundity of the surrounding tracks.

The Replacements : Tim,album, artykuł, lista piosenek, mp3, teksty. Wydawcy Sire Records Rhino Records London Recordings. Styl muzycznyPunk-Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album2.

My infatuation with The Replacements started a decade ago by a stroke of good luck. I found a copy of 'Tim' in the bargain bin and, being familiar with them in name only but having heard good things (or rather 'read' good things; no one I actually knew talked about The Replacements), I bought it. Worst case scenario it would be just another addition to my growing CD collection

If the band subsequently had problems handling greater success, this gritty and melodic album still seems as freshly hewn as ever. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence.

Though the Replacements were never able to capture the total power of their live performance on studio tape, this album comes close, as the loose, pounding thunder of Hold My Life, Bastards of Young, Left of the Dial, and Little Mascara make their case for the band as one of the 1980s most affecting rock n’ roll bands.