By Dave DiMartino
Updated July 30, 1993 at 04:00 AM EDT

The Old New Me

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The only solo album by an ex-Replacement that doesn’t sound like the Replacements. It could also be the Keith Richards album that never got made: where Richards shows he can actually sing. Mature, classy, and as unpretentious as you’d expect, guitarist Slim Dunlap’s first set, The Old New Me, has surprising staying power — and, on the charmingly NRBQ-ish ”Isn’t It,” an organ-playing drive-in intermission like you wouldn’t believe. B

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