Daniel Corrigan on his work with The Replacements, Soul Asylum, Hüsker Dü and Babes in Toyland

The Replacement’s Let It Be. I try to recall one close friend during my teenage years who didn’t own a copy. Often the record was sitting out somewhere you could easily spot it: on the floor, on the top of a stereo, or slipped inside the front of one of those wooden crates we all used to house our favorite LPs. Westerberg’s talent for capturing the ever-shifting range of adolescent sentiment aside, there was a reason for the album's ubiquitous appeal: Daniel Corrigan’s cover image spoke to an undeniable detached cool many young indie music fans sought to emulate back then. Growing up in the South during a particularly vibrant era of the Georgia music scene, it was easy to identify with the u

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