Paul Westerberg will follow up his 2002 Vagrant comeback "Stereo" with a live CD and DVD by year's end, according to his official Web site.

Paul Westerberg will follow up his 2002 Vagrant comeback "Stereo" with a live CD and DVD by year's end, according to his official Web site. Consisting of material recorded during the former Replacements frontman's Come Feel Me Tremble tour last summer, the project will reportedly also house bonus studio tracks. It is not yet known if Vagrant be involved in its release.

"If you saw any of the shows this summer, you know that there was lots of taping going on," writes the Webmaster of The Paul Westerberg Page. The site also posts a list of Westerberg originals and covers as potential contenders for the planned concert discs. Solo material such "Crackle and Drag," "2 Days Til Tomorrow," and "It's a Wonderful Lie," Replacements classics such as "Alex Chilton," "Unsatisfied," and "Valentine," and Westerberg's cover of John Prine's "Souvenirs" are counted among the possibilities.

"Stereo," Westerberg's first album since 1999's "Suicaine Gratification," debuted in April at No. 4 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart and No. 81 on The Billboard 200.