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The Doors



4.25 | 472 ratings

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5 stars On the second album THE DOORS repeated the formula from the debut, but additionally they made better production and music is better arranged, containing more experimental and psychedelic elements. There is not a weak spot on the album. The songs are disturbing, with Manzarek's eerie organ, Kreiger's gentle bottleneck solos and Morrisons frightening lyrics. In certain moments like in the noisy poem "Horse Latitudes", or in "I Can't See Your Face in My Mind" you can feel a real horror. The long psychedelic epic "When the Music's Over" completes the album in a best possible way, being perhaps THE essence of The Doors. Wonderful experience. A masterpiece album! West Coast psychedelia at its best.
Seyo | 5/5 |


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