by The Doors
Released: Apr 1971
The Doors would carry on without Jim Morrison but come on, this is really the group's swansong. you could argue that this is not truly a great album, but it contains enough stellar cuts to make that immaterial: "Love Her Madly" (which missed the top 10!), "The W.A.S.P.," and the hippy lounge classic "Riders On the Storm" (a wake-up call to off-duty nurses: decline the offer of a free Cutty Sark refill and head home alone).
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