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The Replacements|Johnny's Gonna Die / All by Myself  (Live at the 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, MN, 1/23/81)

Johnny's Gonna Die / All by Myself (Live at the 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, MN, 1/23/81)

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Johnny's Gonna Die / All by Myself (Live at the 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, MN, 1/23/81)
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PAUL WESTERBERG, Vocals, Writer, Rhythm Guitar - The Replacements, MainArtist - STEVE FJELSTAD, Mixer - CHRIS MARS, Drums - TOMMY STINSON, Backing Vocals, Bass - Justin Perkins, Masterer - Jason Jones, ReissueProducer - Paul Stark, Engineer - Bob Stinson, Lead Guitar - Peter Jesperson, ReissueProducer - Bob Mehr, ReissueProducer

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