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Strange Days - 40th Anniversary [CD]

Brand new 40th Anniversary mixes of Strange Days. This full length CD features the 24-BIT remastered version of the original album. It also includes the full LP artwork that has been faitfully restored.

Track List: 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

Bonus Tracks: *People Are Strange (False Starts & Dialogue), *Love Me Two Times (Take 3)

Album Details

Release Date: September 25, 1967
Label: 
Rhino

The second album released by The Doors. Strange Days consists of songs that were written in 1965-1966, but did not make it onto their debut album, such as "Moonlight Drive", which was one of the first songs written by Jim Morrison. The song was recorded in 1965 (demo) and 1966 (intended for their first album). In 1967 a final version was recorded and released on this album. Strange Days contains some of The Doors' most psychedelic songs. It includes songs such as "Strange Days", "People Are Strange", "Love Me Two Times" and "When the Music's Over".

LINER NOTES: 
All selections written, arranged and performed in their entirety by THE DOORS. Douglas Lubahn, occasional bass. © Copyright Nipper Music ASCAP. All Rights Reserved. 

THE doors
JIM MORRISON vocals
RAY MANZAREK keyboards and marimba
ROBBY KRIEGER guitar
JOHN DENSMORE drums

Produced by PAUL A. ROTHCHILD Production Supervisor: JAC HOLZMAN Audio Engineering: BRUCE BOTNICK, Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood Disc mastering: RAY HAGERTY, Madison Sound, New York Cover Photography: JOEL BRODSKY Cover Concept & Art Direction: WILLIAM S. HARVEY

*streaming song samples are from the 40th Anniversary Remix

Discography

Reviews

  1. Their new album has all the power and energy of the first LP, but is more subtle, more intricate and much more effective.

  2. But if The Beatles had Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club and The Beach Boys had Pet Sounds, then The Doors' answer was Strange Days.

    SAL CINQUEMANI
  3. Paul Rothchild's production was saturated in sophistication

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