01. Lawdy Miss Clawdy (LLoyd Price)
02. Ye Sleeping Knights of Jesus (Robyn Hitchcock)
04. I’ll Be There (Jackson 5)
05. Sixteen Blue
06. Can’t Hardly Wait
07. I Will Dare
08. Hear You Been to College
09. Saturday Night Special (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
10. Iron Man (Black Sabbath)
11. Misty Mountain Hop” (Led Zeppelin)
12. Heartbreaker (Led Zeppelin)
13. Can’t Get Enough (Bad Company)
14. Jailbreak (Thin Lizzy)
15. Breakdown (Tom Petty)
16. No More the Moon Shines on Lorena (Carter Family/Alex Chilton)
17. Merry-Go-Round (Motley Crue)
18. Left in the Dark (Vertebrats)
19. Takin’ Care of Business (Bachman Turner Overdrive)
20. I Will Follow (U2)
21. Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Rolling Stones)
22. Radio Free Europe (R.E.M.)
23. The New World (X)
24. Let It Be (The Beatles)
Brag about things you don’t understand,
A girl and a woman, a boy and a man...
Notes: (from Wiki) The Shit Hits the Fans is a Twin/Tone Records (TTR 8443) cassette-only live album by The Replacements which was released January 25, 1985. It was recorded live at The Bowery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on November 11, 1984. The cassette J-Card cover art is by Chris Mars. According to the Twin/Tone website, 10,000 copies were produced, of which 9,276 sold immediately. The rest were given away as promotional copies.
The source of The Shit Hits the Fans is a Maxell XL II-S audio cassette. Roscoe Shoemaker, manager and DJ at The Bowery asked Paul Westerberg, whom he knew from previous gigs at The Bowery, if he minded if he recorded the show, to which Westerberg replied, “Why? We suck.” Shoemaker hung two microphones from the front of the deejay booth and recorded the show, which was performed in front of approximately 30 patrons. After the show, Shoemaker went to a party to see the band off as they left Oklahoma City before returning to Minneapolis. When Shoemaker went back to the club, the cassette tape was missing. According to soundman Terry Katzman, the tape was confiscated by roadie Bill Sullivan, who claimed to have confiscated it from a fan. The audio dropout heard during “Hear You Been to College” is caused by Paul Westerberg who accidentally pressed the record button on a Walkman while listening back to the master copy. If you listen closely he can be heard saying “Stop, ‘s’ enough”.
Of the twenty-four songs on the album only five songs are actually written by the band. The remaining nineteen are cover versions of songs by other artists.
The Bowery, the venue where this performance took place, was bulldozed to the ground on March 22, 2007.