Every Dog Has His Day
Download links and information about Every Dog Has His Day by Let'S Active. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 46:44 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|1.||Every Dog Has His Day||4:28|
|4.||Orpheus In Hades Lounge||1:46|
|6.||Ten Layers Down||3:31|
|11.||I Feel Funny||3:26|
|13.||Bad Machinery (Alternate Version)||3:35|
|14.||Sweepstakes Winner (Alternate Version)||2:54|
Every Dog Has His Day, the final Let's Active album, has a clearly different feel than the rest of their catalog. The album (especially the title track) has all the earmarks of a major bid for mainstream appeal, which it should have achieved. It sounds like an album of its time — it has the drum sound of 1988, and an overall heavier vibe, with the band rocking like never before, emphasizing a love of hard rock only briefly hinted at on earlier albums — and it's done very well. Some of the sonic changes may have been a result of the label's urging for the use of "name" producer John Leckie, a decision which is utterly confusing considering Mitch Easter's standing as a producer, not to mention his proven ability on previous Let's Active albums. At this album's peak moments, Easter's songs are top notch as always, though there seems to be a little less drive — often the songs seem like throwaways, albeit very good throwaways.