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The Doors had one of the most extraordinary debut years in music history in 1967, releasing a string of hit singles and two platinum albums, beginning in January with the band’s self-titled debut, followed by Strange Days in September. The latter peaked at number 3 on the Billboard album chart and featured classics like "Love Me Two Times", "When The Music’s Over", and the title track "Strange Days". 

Having a larger budget for Strange Days allowed the band to spend more time experimenting in the studio. They used an eight-track recorder for the first time, which resulted in some memorable overdubs like Krieger’s double-tracked guitar on "When The Music’s Over". Surprisingly, the trippy keyboard sound heard on the album’s title track is actually one of the earliest appearances of a Moog synthesizer in a rock song. Strange Days mixed new songs written on the road with some written before the band’s 1967 debut.

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Doors - Strange Days (Mono) - Black Vinyl

Doors - Strange Days (Mono) - Black Vinyl

£31.99
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