The Replacements: All Shook Down

Our look at the special releases and limited editions stemming from the vinyl-focused biannual holiday

Forming in the final year of the ’70s in Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Replacements ushered in the ’80s with their critically-acclaimed (if commercially unsuccessful) American indie rock sound. In 1990, a year before disbanding, they released the stripped-down album All Shook Down, which, likely due to the band’s cassette-tape obsessed fan base at the time, was never pressed on vinyl. For Record Store Day’s Back to Black Friday celebration, the cult-loved LP has been remastered from the original analog tapes and will be available for the first time on vinyl in a limited edition of 3,000.