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The Doors



4.24 | 547 ratings

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3 stars This is the least interesting of the Doors albums with Jim Morrison. No really strong songs are featured, though there is a lot of pretty good songs. The original Doors album may not have been perfect (imo) but at least it didn't feel like a CD full of strongish filler songs. The dreamy atmosphere of the last album has been replaced largely by a collection of pop tunes, with one exception. "You're Lost Little Girl" has an atmosphere all to it's own thanks to it's excellent smooth guitar solos, and reserved but impassioned vocals from Morrison. Other songs like "Moonlight Drive" and "Love Me Two Times" are quite pleasant and nice, but again, nothing special. And is it just me, or does "When the Music's Over" sound quite a bit like "Soul Kitchen"? Ah, who cares. Anyways, this is a pleasant enough record, but for me, nothing special. I'd give it around a "C+".
Buh | 3/5 |


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