September 17 [16:00 EDT] -- The Replacements, the Minneapolis post-punk giants whose influence continues to affect music some seven years after they disbanded, will soon be getting their due.
The band will see their days with Reprise Records (from 1985 to 1990) chronicled on a two-CD collection called "All For Nothing," which is due to arrive on October 28.
The first disc in the collection will acquaint novices with material from the band's four Reprise albums ("Tim," "Pleased To Meet Me," "Don't Tell A Soul," and "All Shook Down") including favorites like "Bastards Of Young," "Alex Chilton," and "Someone Take The Wheel."
The second disc, dubbed "Nothing For All," features 17 B-sides, live tracks, and previously unreleased songs, all of which were remastered for the collection. Here rarities like "Election Day," "Satellite," and "Portland" finally see the light of day.
Each disc also features an enhanced component, and users can expect to find videos for
"The Ledge" and "Achin' To Be" on the first disc, and clips for "Bastards Of Young" and "Merry Go Round" on disc two.
Here's what else you'll find when "All For Nothing" hits stores:Disc 1 (All For Nothing): Left Of The Dial Kiss Me On The Bus Bastards Of Young Here Comes A Regular Skyway Alex Chilton The Ledge Can't Hardly Wait I'll Be You Achin' To Be Talent Show Anywhere's Better Than Here Merry Go Round Sadly Beautiful Nobody Someone Take The Wheel Disc 2 (Nothing For All): Can¹t Hardly Wait (The Tim Version) Birthday Gal Beer For Breakfast Till We're Nude Election Day Jungle Rock All He Wants To Do Is Fish Date To Church Cruella DeVille We Know The Night Portland Wake-Up Satellite Like A Rolling Pin Another Girl, Another Planet Who Knows All Shook Down