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STRANGE DAYS

The Doors

 

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4.20 | 344 ratings

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Deepslumber
5 stars The same year 1967, but the second album. Not as melodical as the first one, but more strange, nervouse and psychedelic. Great songs here like Strange Days, Love Me Two Times, Unhappy Girl and Moonlight Drive. This was the acid era, and this album could have been a soundtrack to it. The are strange words of wisdom and poetry in Horse Latitudes, bringing a dark feeling to the lp. My favourite song here My Eyes Have Seen You starts with a bass riff that is simple but genious. We have also another epic on this one called When The Music Over. This track starts almost like Soul Kitchen from their previous lp. Then it gets bigger, and bigger and bigger and the expoldes. Great music, great lyrics. Jim was in his best days, and so wa rest of the guys. Another album, another masterpiece. 5 stars.
Deepslumber | 5/5 |

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