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The DoorsStrange Days

Genre:Rock
Style:Psychedelic Rock
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Tracklist

Strange Days3:05
You're Lost Little Girl3:01
Love Me Two Times2:23
Unhappy Girl2:00
Horse Latitudes1:30
Moonlight Drive3:00
People Are Strange2:10
My Eyes Have Seen You2:22
I Can't See Your Face In My Mind3:18
When The Music's Over11:00

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Notes

Strange Days is the second studio album by US-amerikanische Westcoast-Rockband The Doors. The album recorded May–August 1967 and released 25 September 1967 by Elektra. It was a commercial success, reaching No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart and eventually earning a RIAA platinum certification. The album also yielded the Top 30 hit singles "People Are Strange" and "Love Me Two Times".

Performed by:
John Densmore – Drums
Robby Krieger – Guitar
Ray Manzarek – Keyboards, Marimba, Harpsichord on "Love Me Two Times"
Jim Morrison – Vocals, Moog Synthesizer on "Strange Days"

Single released:
Track 3 Love Me Two Times (November 1967)
Track 4 Unhappy Girl People Are Strange (B-side, April 24, 1967)
Track 6 Moonlight Night Love Me Two Times (B-side, November 1967)
Track 7 People Are Strange (April 24, 1967)

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    Cover of Strange Days, 1967-09-25, VinylStrange Days
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    Elektra – CLVLXEK 211, Disques Vogue – CLVLXEK. 211France1967France1967
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    Vedette Records – VRMS 359Italy1967Italy1967
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    Elektra – SJET-8017Japan1967Japan1967
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    • OldRusty's avatar
      OldRusty
      Another awesome Bernie G mastering triumph! Unreal ####ing sonics on my LP, which also has whisper-quiet vinyl. Some songs have so much space to them it's unreal. The driving, pounding bass on 'Moonlight Drive' is unbelievable. Jim & The Boys hit a god-damned grand-slam homer with this album...
      • drgn238's avatar
        drgn238
        Let's wait for another anniversary & come again vith a "special"edition for lot of money .
        They know that there are people wanting to pay for this nonsense & there will be re-issues untill the end of time !!!
        • jeffaniolek's avatar
          jeffaniolek
          I picked up a fairly clean Allentown mono copy and found it, like almost all Allentown copies I have contained in decent condition, to be of excellent sound quality. I compared this with a 1st Pitman mono I have and it is much punchier, clearer and with better instrument separation. The 1st Pitman is on par with the 2017 mono rerelease - good and worth picking up to have a copy. The Allentown trumps both.
          • vinyljunkie1966's avatar
            BEWARE VARIANT 1 MATRIX!

            I went through 2 copies from 2 different stores in town and they both have the exact scratchy staticky sound that is audible throughout especially during quieter tracks and intros. Even after a good wet-vac cleaning the horrible scratchy sounds still exist on both A & B sides. One thing I can definitely confirm is that both of these pressings are of the “Variant 1 Matrix” as listed in the ID section of Discogs.

            But now here’s the weird part! If I turn off my turntable motor and play the record backwards it significantly cleans up most of the surface noise. I didn’t do this with the entire record just on a few tracks where the surface noise took over the level of the music. When I would play back through these “cleaned up” groove sections it was like night and day so maybe I will try this with one of the copies and see what happens and take the other copy back. But really, do we have to go to such extremes for a clean copy of a sealed brand new record?!?!
            • srferg89's avatar
              srferg89
              Great album. wonder if they fixed the flaw on People are Strange from original master.
              Gold Elektra sticker with (MON-1) and side one and (MON-5) on side two.
              my copy has side two stick for "The Doors" album and not for "Strange Days". Not sure if that's a common error?
              • beechlander's avatar
                beechlander
                Great album but the dynamics/sound are a bit thin and quiet. Crank up the volume and bass on this one for best experience.
                • Quareboy's avatar
                  Quareboy
                  Edited 2 months ago
                  Great quality cassette. Clean, warm dynamics and recommended. Minimal inlay card but has all the information you need.
                  • fab_1's avatar
                    fab_1
                    Update: I find myself listening to this a lot more than the AP. I think this might just be my new favorite copy. Not because of the speed differences but because the DCC does a great job at cleaning Morrison’s vocals up as well as giving more of a crunch on Densmore’s kit. Although I will say, the AP has better dynamics on “Horse Latitudes” and “Moonlight Drive”. I do have some sibilance issues on “When the Music’s Over,” but it’s not unlistenable.

                    Comparing this to the ‘67 original, this wipes the floor with the 67 pressing. Mine is a Monarch and it sounds like tin cans. Its a revelation how great this cut sounds in comparison to the original.
                    • JollyJole's avatar
                      JollyJole
                      Mindful of the impact to the brain. It's good music no matter
                      • jtm1967's avatar
                        jtm1967
                        This pressing is a stunner for sure. I finally opened my sealed mono (this exact press) and played it for the first time last year and I wasn’t disappointed. So glad I cracked it open. Dead quiet with excellent transparency and detail

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