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The Singles

Label: Rhino/Elektra
Released: 2017
Track listing: CD 1: Break On Through (To The Other Side); End Of The Night; Light My Fire; The Crystal Ship; People Are Strange; Unhappy Girl; Love Me Two Times; Moonlight Drive; The Unknown Soldier; We Could Be So Good Together; Hello, I Love You; Love Street; Touch Me; Wild Child; Wishful Sinful; Who Scared You; Tell All The People; Easy Ride; Runnin’ Blu; Do I; You Make Me Real;Roadhouse Blues; Love Her Madly; (You Need Meat) Don’t Go No Further; Riders On The Storm. The Changeling. CD 2: Tightrope Ride; Variety Is The Spice Of Life; Ships W/ Sails; In The Eye Of The Sun; Get Up And Dance; Treetrunk; The Mosquito; It Slipped My Mind; The Piano Bird; Good Rockin; Roadhouse Blues; Albinoni: Adagio; Gloria; Moonlight Drive; Hello, I Love You; Touch Me; Wishful Sinful; Tell All The People. Blu-ray Disc - The Best Of The Doors (1973): Who Do You Love; Soul Kitchen; Hello, I Love You; People Are Strange; Riders On The Storm; Touch Me; Love Her Madly; Love Me Two Times; Take It As It Comes; Moonlight Drive; Light My Fire.

Strange Days - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Label: Rhino/Elektra
Released: 2017
Track listing: Strange Days; You're Lost Little Girl; Love Me Two Times; Unhappy Girl; Horse Latitudes; Moonlight Drive; People Are Strange; My Eyes Have Seen You; I Can't See Your Face In My Mind; When The Music's Over.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Doors: Strange Days - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Read "Strange Days - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette

The Doors' Strange Days did not have the cultural or commercial impact of the iconic band's eponymous debut earlier that halcyon year. And that's all the more regrettable because, in purely artistic terms, this second album is superior in (almost) every way. Accordingly, the more streamlined 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of this laboriously-recorded landmark ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Doors: The Singles

Read "The Singles" reviewed by Doug Collette

Naysayers carping about the voluminous reissues of the Doors catalog conveniently forget to consider neither label nor management would proceed on a title like The Singles if there wasn't sufficient confidence the market, in terms of new audiences alone wasn't there to support sales. And say what anyone will about how dubious is the concept of ...


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