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Strange Days

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Strange Days 00:03:09

Bruce Botnick, Engineer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums, Writer - Jim Morrison, Percussion, Lead Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer - Ray Manzarek, Keyboards, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Guitar, Writer - Douglas Lubahn, Bass Guitar - Paul A. Rothchild, Producer - Ray Hagerty, Mastering Engineer

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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You're Lost Little Girl 00:03:04

JOHN DENSMORE, Writer - Jim Morrison, Writer - Ray Manzarek, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Writer

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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Love Me Two Times 00:03:16

JOHN DENSMORE, Writer - Jim Morrison, Writer - Ray Manzarek, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Writer

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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Unhappy Girl 00:01:59

Bruce Botnick, Engineer - JOHN DENSMORE, Drums, Writer - Jim Morrison, Percussion, Lead Vocals, Writer - Ray Manzarek, Keyboards, Piano, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Guitar, Writer - Douglas Lubahn, Bass Guitar - Paul A. Rothchild, Producer - Ray Hagerty, Mastering Engineer

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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Horse Latitudes 00:01:35

JOHN DENSMORE, Writer - Jim Morrison, Writer - Ray Manzarek, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Writer

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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Moonlight Drive 00:03:03

JOHN DENSMORE, Writer - Jim Morrison, Writer - Ray Manzarek, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Writer

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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People Are Strange 00:02:12

JOHN DENSMORE, Writer - Jim Morrison, Writer - Ray Manzarek, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Writer

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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My Eyes Have Seen You 00:02:28

Jim Morrison, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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I Can't See Your Face in My Mind 00:03:25

JOHN DENSMORE, Writer - Jim Morrison, Writer - Ray Manzarek, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Writer

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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When the Music's Over 00:10:54

JOHN DENSMORE, Writer - Jim Morrison, Writer - Ray Manzarek, Writer - The Doors, MainArtist - Robby Krieger, Writer

1967 Elektra Records 2012 Elektra Records

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