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Every Dog Has His Day

by Let's Active

Every Dog Has His Day by Let's Active

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Every Dog Has His Day

by Let's Active

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Label: Capitol Records
By the time Every Dog Has Its Day was released in 1988, Let's Active were on their last legs, creatively. Mitch Easter was an in-demand producer (R.E.M.) and the band was reduced to a revolving line-up of musicians who fell under Easter's tutelage. Clearly, Every Dog, with its beefed-up jangle-pop sound (courtesy of John Leckie), was their bid for commercial success. Despite a handful of tuneful, offbeat songs such as "Mr. Fool," "Sweepstakes Winner" and the title track, fame eluded Let's Active and Easter threw in the towel shortly after.

About This Album

By the time Every Dog Has Its Day was released in 1988, Let's Active were on their last legs, creatively. Mitch Easter was an in-demand producer (R.E.M.) and the band was reduced to a revolving line-up of musicians who fell under Easter's tutelage. Clearly, Every Dog, with its beefed-up jangle-pop sound (courtesy of John Leckie), was their bid for commercial success. Despite a handful of tuneful, offbeat songs such as "Mr. Fool," "Sweepstakes Winner" and the title track, fame eluded Let's Active and Easter threw in the towel shortly after.

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About This Album

By the time Every Dog Has Its Day was released in 1988, Let's Active were on their last legs, creatively. Mitch Easter was an in-demand producer (R.E.M.) and the band was reduced to a revolving line-up of musicians who fell under Easter's tutelage. Clearly, Every Dog, with its beefed-up jangle-pop sound (courtesy of John Leckie), was their bid for commercial success. Despite a handful of tuneful, offbeat songs such as "Mr. Fool," "Sweepstakes Winner" and the title track, fame eluded Let's Active and Easter threw in the towel shortly after.