Quote of the day: "She was living on the edge of a knife. His head was filled with restless ghosts. It's so easy to love a bringer of destruction. She said, "Darling I love you madly"." - The Devil in Stitches
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"Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)" is a song written by Cole Porter in 1928 and first performed in the musical "Paris" in the same year.
Bad Religion recorded a cover version with Joan Jett for the soundtrack of the upcoming 1995 movie "Tank Girl". Greg Graffin did a duet with Joan Jett, and Bad Religion did backing vocals. Thommy Price and Tony "Bruno" Rey, both from Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, played drums and bass, respectively. However, Atlantic Records didn't approve of using the track with Greg singing, so for the movie version of the song, he was replaced by Paul Westerberg from the Replacements. Only in 2000, the "original" version with Graffin and Joan Jett was finally released, on the compilation record "Laguna Tunes".
^ Thompson, Dave. Bad Reputation: The Unauthorized Biography of Joan Jett. Backbeat Books, 2011, p. 205 f.
^ The Los Angeles Times, February 18, 1995, p. 339.