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Paul Westerberg on the Replacements' Reputation and Evolution

Replacements singer and songwriter Paul Westerburg has a reputation for rawness and bad stage behavior -- as well a strong pop sensibility. His band has lasted over a decade, in part because of their willingness to mellow and evolve. The Replacements' new album is All Shook Down.


Other segments from the episode on October 16, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 16, 1990: Interview with Vincent Murano; Commentary on Curtis Mayfield; Interview with Paul Westerberg; Review of J.M. Coetzee's novel "Age of Iron."


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