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    The ReplacementsStink ("Kids Don't Follow" Plus Seven)

    Label:Twin/Tone Records – TTR 8228
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Mini-Album
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Garage Rock, Punk, Indie Rock

    Tracklist

    A1Kids Don't Follow
    Voice [Uncredited "Hey, Fuck You, Man!"]David Pirner
    2:18
    A2Fuck School1:25
    A3Stuck In The Middle1:46
    A4God Damned Job1:16
    B1White And Lazy2:06
    B2Dope Smokin' Moron1:31
    B3Go2:28
    B4Gimme Noise1:35
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    Recorded at Blackberry Way 3/13/82
    Mpls. Police recorded live on location by T.K. 1-29-82
    All songs copyright 1982 NAH Music B.M.I.

    First pressing. Black ink stamped jacket.

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    • Rights Society: BMI

    Other Versions (5 of 30)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Stink ("Kids Don't Follow" Plus Seven) (12", 45 RPM, EP, Repress)Twin/Tone RecordsTTR 8228US1982
    Stink ("Kids Don't Follow" Plus Seven) (12", 45 RPM, EP, Repress)Twin/Tone RecordsTTR 8228US1982
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    Stink ("Kids Don't Follow" Plus Seven) (Cassette, Mini-Album)Twin/Tone RecordsTTR 8228US1982
    Stink ("Kids Don't Follow" Plus Seven) (12", 45 RPM, Mini-Album, Repress)Twin/Tone RecordsTTR 8228US1986
    New Submission
    Stink ("Kids Don't Follow" Plus Seven) (LP, Mini-Album, Reissue)What Goes On RecordsGOES ON 20UK1988

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    DiscogsUser47's profile picture
    DiscogsUser47
    Edited 3 years ago
    I've now done extensive research, and can't find any evidence that the 'fake barcode' third pressing exists. No one I have talked to can claim to having seen one. I have seen various markings on back covers, a circle, a few lines, etc. Are all, some, or none of these supposed to be third presses? None of the markings I have seen look much like a barcode, and in all cases I've seen claims that similiar copies are first pressings. Moreover, I have read that the stink logo itself was produced using a 'potato stamp', so if this is so then that a potato stamp was used would not serve to distinguish the pressings. Are there different etchings on the vinyl to distinguish the pressings? Did the Mats have a seperate stamping party for each new press? I have only read of a single session- but this would suggest that there was only a single run of stamped copies. Does anyone know who, exactly, that quote is from, about the three pressings? I am beginning to doubt its veracity. Maybe that claim about pressings being 'easy to distinguish' is just westerberg humor.
    neocaster's profile picture
    neocaster
    I was copying today and noticed that the label on the record lists side one as "White and Lazy", "Dope Smokin; Moron", "Go", and "Gimme Noise" but the jacket lists that as side two. I think Let It Be (Replacements) was the same way...