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Ten Layers Down - Lets Active - Every Dog Has His Day (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Every dog has his day, especially on the internet By Fred Mills. Over at the pop-centric (and frequently Tarheel-centric) music blog The dB’s Repercussion (motto: “every cult band needs a cult”) they’ve just posted a rather excellent Let’s Active concert from Recorded at L.A.’s Club Lingerie 3/24/89 it features the latterday band lineup of founder Mitch Easter plus.
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  5. Every Dog Has His Day, the final Let's Active album, clearly has a different feel than the rest of their catalog. The album, and especially the title track, has all the earmarks of a major bid for mainstream appeal, which it should have achieved. It certainly sounds like an album of its time; it has .
  6. I grew up in Winston-Salem, so Let's Active were hometown heroes of mine. From what I've heard, and choose to believe, the name Let's Active comes from a mis-translation of "Let's Get Physical," seen (presumably by a member of the band) on a Japanese t-shirt written "Let's Active." So the band name, like the music it produced, is genius.5/5(7).
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