Dead Man’s Pop features live material, a studio session with Tom Waits, and their 1989 album “mixed as it was originally intended”

The Replacements have announced ‘Dead Man’s Pop’, a new box set centered on their 1989 album ‘Don’t Tell a Soul’. The 60-track collection is made up of four CDs and one vinyl LP, featuring the full album “mixed as it was originally intended” along with previously unreleased studio material—including a session with Tom Waits—and live recordings. The box set is packaged in a hardcover book featuring rare photos and an essay by Bob Mehr, author of the 2015 biography Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements. Dead Man’s Pop is out September 27 via Rhino. Check out the artwork below.