Ooh La La is the fourth and final studio album by the English rock band Faces, released in March 1973. It reached Number One in the UK album chart in the week of April 28th 1973. On 28 August 2015, the album was reissued in remastered form on vinyl, and remastered and expanded on CD as part of the box set (along with the rest of the Faces catalogue of studio recordings) 1970-1975: You can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything.
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Paul Westerberg often cited the Faces as a major influence on the Replacements, and it's easy to see how careening barroom rockers like this 1973 album's "Borstal Boys" made a dent in the aesthetic that produced ". More than anything, though, Westerberg was affected by the late Ronnie Lane's closed-door weepers ("Flags and Banners" and dejected apologias ("Glad and Sorry")
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