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The Rhino family have undertaken a finely detailed refresh of The Replacements catalog, having started in September 2019 by revamping, remixing, and greatly adding to February 1989’s Don’t Tell a Soul by way of a 3CD/1LP deluxe box set redubbed as Dead Man’s Pop. Now, Pleased to Meet Me gets the deluxe treatment via a 3CD/1LP box set that includes B-sides, outtakes, and band demos galore—55 different tracks but 68 all told, given that 13 are replicated on the lone LP.

Albums like April 1987’s are the kinds of historical releases that deserve

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