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Bob Stinson
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    (December 17, 1959-February 18, 1995)
    Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Younger brother of Tommy Stinson
    Lead guitarist for The Replacements (1979-1986)
    Recorded the albums with The Replacements 'Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash,' 'Stink,' 'Hootenanny,' 'Let It Be' and 'Tim'
    Died of an overdose at age 35
    He shares his name with a baseball player.
    He was a drug addict and an alcoholic.
    He was fired from The Replacements and was replaced by Bob Dunlap (1986).
    He performed in a few bands that lasted a very short time.
    He died too young.
    He performed in the same band with his brother.
    At age 11, he got his first guitar as a Christmas gift to play music.
    He was one of the original member of The Replacements.
    Paul Westerburg dedicated the song 'Good Day' to him.

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