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Release date: 2 October 1967
Style: Progressive rock

Rating:

8.5 | 80 votes

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2 trade it


01. Strange Days
02. You're Lost Little Girl
03. Love Me Two Times
04. Unhappy Girl
05. Horse Latitudes
06. Moonlight Drive
07. People Are Strange
08. My Eyes Have Seen You
09. I Can't See Your Face In My Mind
10. When The Music's Over
11. People Are Strange (False Starts & Dialogue) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]
12. Love Me Two Times (Take 3) [40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus]

Review
Lyrics (10)


Line-up
Jim Morrison - vocals
Ray Manzarek - organ, piano, keyboards, keyboard bass
Robby Krieger - guitars
John Densmore - drums, percussion

Session musicians
Douglas Lubahn - bass


Additional info
Bruce Botnick - engineer
Joel Brodsky - cover photography
William S. Harvey - cover concept & art direction
Jac Holzman - production supervisor
Paul A. Rothchild - producer

Staff review by
Herzebeth

Rating:
10
To everyone reading this, specially metalheads who are now listening to all kind of revolutionary music and radical pieces in general: please let's not forget our roots, rock music is the main vein in our system, and I see people bashing real rockers for no particular reason, the rockers who changed the music into what it is today; that's exactly why I'm doing this review on a metal website… to show you all the actual origin of the music we are worshiping nowadays.

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musicalkaratekid - 03.03.2012 at 00:52  
Rating: 9 For some reason this album always puts me in a good mood. A great mood in fact. And no, it is not because I'm high.

Seriously though, this album may be less striking and forthcoming than its predecessor (and few argue that their debut is not the band's best album), but such meaningful songs like 'People are strange' and the long-enough 'When the Music's over' prove The Doors to be one of the greatest 60's bands ever.
Mdevil93 - 13.01.2014 at 00:04  
Rating: 10 Amazing

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