Strange Days

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Jim Mor­ri­son plays Moog syn­the­siser on the ti­tle track, there’s back­wards piano on Un­happy Girl and white noise ef­fects on the doomy Horse Lat­i­tudes as The Doors go ex­per­i­men­tal. The hits were Peo­ple Are Strange and Love Me Two Times, the lat­ter fea­tur­ing Man­zarek on harp­si­chord.

The some­what risky cover

– a photo of a cir­cus troupe in a Man­hat­tan al­ley­way, with their first al­bum – was a neat touch.

Son­i­cally, it echoes the de­but, with the garage stomp My Eyes Have Seen You drift­ing into the tripped-up I Can’t See Your Face In My Mind, be­fore the band ex­plode on When The Mu­sic’s Over.

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