The Replacements are releasing their first-ever box set. Dead Man’s Pop is a 4-CD/1-LP set reimagining their sixth album and third for Sire Records, Don’t Tell a Soul. While Don’t Tell a Soul remains the group’s best-selling album and one of their most acclaimed, The Replacements were never fully satisfied with its sound. Hence, Dead Man’s Pop. The first disc features a new mix by original producer Matt Wallace, based on his 1988 Paisley Park mix. This new version, Don’t Tell a Soul Redux, is presented on CD and 180-gram LP ion the box. It’s joined by a disc of unreleased tracks including a session with Tom Waits (We Know the Night: Rare & Unreleased ) and a 2-CD complete concert from June 2, 1989 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (The Complete Inconcerated Live). Of the box’s 60 tracks, 58 are previously unreleased.