The Replacements record an EP

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Two of the surviving members of the Replacements got together and recorded four cover songs in a Minneapolis studio last week, Rolling Stone said.
Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson cut the tracks for an EP to be released later this year, with proceeds going to former guitarist, Slim Dunlap.
Dunlap suffered a stroke last year and has encouraged his former bandmates to start playing music together again.
The critically-acclaimed rock and roll band from Minneapolis broke up in 1991, but Westerberg does not rule out a reunion. "A new album is possible," he told Rolling Stone.

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