Watch The Reunited Replacements Finally Play “Unsatisfied” At Hometown Show, First Headline Set In 23 Years

Coming down off of their first NBC appearance in three decades, the Replacements played their first headlining show in their home state of Minnesota in 23 years on Saturday night. Since their reunion in 2012, the band has mostly kept to playing festival slots. The band played 31 songs over 100 minutes and wrapped up the show with Let It Be track “Unsatisfied,” making its first appearance on this tour. Watch video from the show and check out a setlist below.

Setlist:
“Favorite Thing”
“Takin’ A Ride”
“I’m In Trouble”
“Don’t Ask Why”
“I’ll Be You”
“Valentine”
“Waitress In The Sky”
“Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out/Third Stone From The Sun” (Jimi Hendrix Experience cover)
“Take Me Down To The Hospital”
“I Want You Back” (Jackson 5 cover)
“Going To New York” (Jimmy Reed cover)
“Color Me Impressed”
“Nowhere Is My Home”
“If Only You Were Lonely”
“Achin’ To Be”
“Kiss Me On The Bus”
“Androgynous”
“I Will Dare”
“Love You Till Friday”
“Maybellene” (Chuck Berry cover)
“Merry Go Round”
“I Won’t”
“White And Lazy/Borstal Breakout” (Sham 69 cover)
“Swingin Party”
“Love You In The Fall” (Paul Westerberg solo song)
“Can’t Hardly Wait”
“Bastards Of Young”
“I Don’t Know/Buck Hill/I Don’t Know”
“Skyway”
“Left Of The Dial”
“Alex Chilton”
“Unsatisfied”