All Shook Down is the seventh and final studio album by the band The Replacements, released on September 25th, 1990. Paul Westerberg began recording the album as a solo project with R.E.M. producer Scott Litt, but was gradually turned into the band’s last album: as a result, All Shook Down features numerous session, side and journeyman-musicians, as well as the other three band members. All Shook Down, stands as one of the most poetic and enduring epilogues in rock history, boasting such killer tracks as Someone Take the Wheel and Sadly Beautiful, and the Grammy® nominated When It Began. It is full of melancholy and autobiographical references, representing the note-perfect elegy to The Replacements career.