Brian Fallon, Left of the Dial





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Uploaded on Apr 9, 2009

Brian Fallon performs a cover of the Replacements "Left of the Dial"

"I don't think there would be a Gaslight Anthem without the Replacements," Fallon said during his recent performance at SPIN's NYC office, before opening with an acoustic cover of the Minnesota indie band's "Left of the Dial," from 1985's Tim. Indeed, Fallon's rough-hewn vocals bring to mind a young Paul Westerberg.

But the tune holds another meaning for the singer: "I always thought that last line in there -- 'If I don't see you again for a long long while / I'll try to find you left of the dial' -- meant looking at a radio station as a place where you find friends."

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