The Replacements are going to re-issue Don't Tell a Soul as part of a four disc rarities box set. It's called Dead Man’s Pop and it's out September 27th via Rhino. For the album re-release, producer Matt Wallace "reimagined" the album, using the 1988 master tapes the Replacements took from Paisley Park studios as the basis for the new version. The rest of the set includes a disc of unheard tracks, We Know the Night: Rare and Unreleased and a two-disc live album, The Complete Inconcerated Live. The live show is from June 2nd, 1989 show at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
by John Gentile
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