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Let the Day Begin


Download links and information about Let the Day Begin by The Call. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 51:36 minutes.

Artist: The Call
Release date: 1989
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 51:36
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No. Title Length
1. Let the Day Begin 3:51
2. You Run 5:34
3. Surrender 4:07
4. When 5:18
5. Jealousy 5:38
6. Same Ol' Story 3:36
7. For Love 6:13
8. Closer 5:00
9. Communication 5:38
10. Watch 4:16
11. Uncovered 2:25



After losing some commercial ground with 1987's Into the Woods, the California quartet quickly regained it as the title track to the Call's 1989 release became the band's biggest crossover hit. With its insistent bassline and driving guitars, "Let the Day Begin" was a rousing track that was a memorable introduction to the band's fifth album. The album consists of some of The Call's strongest material and the undercurrent of optimism and big arena rock hooks results in it being their best bid for wider success. Unfortunately, nothing else clicked at radio like "Let the Day Begin." However, songs like keyboard-driven "Surrender," the vibrant "When," the blues stomp of "For Love" (with Harry Dean Stanton adding harmonica), and the moody vibe of "Jealousy" are just a few of the highlights of a consistently solid and enjoyable record.