Don't Tell A Soul is the sixth studio album by the American rock band The Replacements, released in February 1989 by Sire Records. It marks the debut of Bob Slim Dunlap on guitar, who represents and easy and comfortable fit four years after the departure of the founding guitarist Bob Stinson. The album features some of The Replacements’ finest songs, such as Achin’ To Be, Rock’n’Roll Ghost, Talent Show that show also Westerberg’s new awareness of his role as a writer, more self-conscious and reflective than ever. The album was generally praised by critics, defined as full of his sharp-tongued wordplay and idiosyncratic musical structures. It also includes the group’s highest-charting single I’ll Be You.