The Workers Club

The Doors - Strange Days 180g Vinyl LP


TWC are proud to announce that we are now stocking a selected few of our favourite albums on Vinyl. These are stocked in very limited quantities. 

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. The album was produced by the album’s original engineer Bruce Botnick. 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. In fact, the band performed Strange Days during its 1966 residency at the London Fog in L.A., while My Eyes Have Seen You dates back to 1965. Another early track is Moonlight Drive, which was one of the very first songs that the band practiced together, and where the band heard Krieger’s haunting bottleneck guitar playing for the first time. It’s also the song Morrison sang to Manzarek at Venice Beach in 1965 when the two former UCLA film students reconnected and decided to start the Doors.

LP - 180 Gram Vinyl. Remastered from the original 1967 Mono Master.



  • Remastered and Reissued 2009
  • Heavy Weight 180g audiophile pressing

    If this item is out of stock or if there is a particular record you are after please get in touch 

    ***Due to type of product we cannot accept refunds or exchanges

        You may also like

        Recently viewed