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The Doors



2.35 | 94 ratings

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1 stars This was the second and thankfully the last album the Doors recorded w/o the talents of Jim Morrison. I remember the punch out that you put together and fixed it to the turn table. Then you watched the cave man evolve into our present state. Now with this release, the Doors went in the opposite direction as far as evolving goes. It is by far the worst of the studio albums. The only song worth listening to is "It slipped My Mind," written and I might add well sung by Robbie Krieger. Other than that, the record stinks. I think it slipped the band's mind that they were capable of much better songs than this bunch of crap. It is more of fifties type rock and roll and Chuck Berry does a much better job than these guys. This release, instead of making you want to "Get up and Dance," you want to get up and leave the album in the trash can. I seriously wondered what I ever saw in the Doors after listening to this one. It gets .5 stars from me and that is because of the one song I did like, so it actually gets 1 star.

Edit 1: I will have to amend my above statement a little. I completely left "The Mosquito" out of the equation. It is not a bad song and the band does a couple of interesting changes, but I still will not go above 1 star for this one.

Keetian | 1/5 |


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