All Shook Down is the seventh and final studio album by the band The Replacements, released in 1990. The band, hailing from Minneapolis, started out in 1979, and are considered pioneers of Alternative Rock, influencing a variety of acts along the way. Their influences ranged from The Rolling Stones, The Faces, Slade, Lou Reed and The Beatles to Punk rock bands such as The Ramones, Johnny Thunders, Dead Boys and The Clash.
At the time All Shook Down was released, the band consisted of guitarist and vocalist Paul Westerberg, bass guitarist Tommy Stinson and drummer Chris Mars, added by lead guitarist Slim Dunlap. This album was originally intended to be Westerberg's solo artist debut. As a result, numerous session and side musicians including The Velvet Underground's John Cale performed on All Shook Down's 13 songs, supplemented by the three other band members.
"Merry Go Round" was the band's most successful Modern Rock Tracks single, reaching #1 for four non-consecutive weeks. The album also received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album.
1. MERRY GO ROUND
2. ONE WINK AT A TIME
4. BENT OUT OF SHAPE
5. SADLY BEAUTIFUL
6. SOMEONE TAKE THE WHEEL
1. WHEN IT BEGAN
2. ALL SHOOK DOWN
4. HAPPY TOWN
6. MY LITTLE PROBLEM
7. THE LAST
THE REPLACEMENTS LP All Shook Down (180 gram audiophile vinyl)
Label: Music on Vinyl – MOVLP1156
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, 180g
Released: 14 Jul 2014