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Don't Tell a Soul (Expanded Edition)


Download links and information about Don't Tell a Soul (Expanded Edition) by The Replacements. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:03:41 minutes.

Artist: The Replacements
Release date: 1989
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:03:41
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No. Title Length
1. Talent Show 3:33
2. Back to Back 3:21
3. We'll Inherit the Earth 4:21
4. Achin' to Be 3:42
5. They're Blind 4:41
6. Anywhere's Better Than Here 2:47
7. Asking Me Lies 3:37
8. I'll Be You 3:29
9. I Won't 2:42
10. Rock 'N' Roll Ghost 3:25
11. Darlin' One 3:38
12. Portland (Bonus Track) 4:28
13. Wake Up (Bonus Track) 2:13
14. Talent Show (Studio Demo) 2:54
15. We'll Inherit the Earth (Mix 1) 4:02
16. Date to Church 3:49
17. We Know the Night (Outtake) 3:28
18. Gudbuy T' Jane (Outtake) 3:31



The Replacements’ third album for a major label found them finally succumbing to the label’s wishes for a more “radio friendly” sound. This being 1989 that meant a cleaner, less raucous approach with an emphasis on studio echo and other sound-enhancing effects. Singer Paul Westerberg still brought along a great collection of songs. “Talent Show,” “Achin’ to Be,” “They’re Blind,” the album’s single “I’ll Be You,” and “Darlin’ One” rank among his most heartfelt material, while “Rock ‘n’ Roll Ghost” is a bit of self-mythologizing for a man staring into his career’s abyss. The overall sound is surprisingly thin in retrospect, missing the chunky guitars of the band’s live attack. However, this 2008 reissue includes eight bonus cuts that help flesh out the moment. A demo of “Talent Show” isn’t that far removed from the final product and the alternate mix of “We’ll Inherit the Earth” attempts to right the over-ambitious mix that landed on the album. “We Know the Night” stands as a worthy outtake. “Portland” inspires the band’s energy, while “Date to Church” came out of a jam session with Tom Waits in L.A.