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When You're Strange (Songs from the Motion Picture) [Deluxe Version]


Download links and information about When You're Strange (Songs from the Motion Picture) [Deluxe Version] by The Doors, Johnny Depp. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 01:29:29 minutes.

Artist: The Doors, Johnny Depp
Release date: 2010
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 36
Duration: 01:29:29
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No. Title Length
1. Poem: Cinema 0:18
2. Poem: The Spirit of Music 0:17
3. Moonlight Drive 3:00
4. Poem: The Doors of Perception 0:07
5. Break On Through (To the Other Side) [Live At the Isle of Wight, August 29, 1970] {Stereo} 4:47
6. Poem: A Visitation of Energy 0:05
7. Light My Fire (Live On the Ed Sullivan Show) [Mono] 2:57
8. To Be a Real Superstar (Interview Segment) (featuring Jim Morrison) 0:13
9. Five to One 4:24
10. Poem: Wasting the Dawn 0:06
11. When the Music's Over (Live On Danish TV) [Mono] 12:26
12. The Four of Us Are Musicians / I'd Like Them to Listen / Rock & Roll and Jazz / Our Music Is Symbolic (Interview Segments) (featuring Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore, Jim Morrison) 0:44
13. Hello, I Love You 2:11
14. Dead Serious (Interview Segment) (featuring Jim Morrison) 0:07
15. People Are Strange 2:10
16. Poem: Inside the Dream 0:11
17. Soul Kitchen 3:31
18. Poem: We Have Been Metamorphosized 0:16
19. Poem: Touch Scares 0:12
20. Touch Me 2:56
21. Poem: Naked We Come 0:09
22. Poem: O Great Creator of Being 0:12
23. The End 11:25
24. Poem: The Girl of the Ghetto 0:26
25. L.A. Woman 7:47
26. Poem: Crossroads 0:10
27. Roadhouse Blues (Live In New York, 1970) 4:29
28. Poem: Ensenada 0:15
29. Riders On the Storm 6:54
30. Poem: As I Look Back 0:11
31. The Crystal Ship 2:38
32. Poem: Goodbye America 0:24
33. The Changeling (Bonus Track) 4:18
34. Strange Days (Bonus Track) 3:05
35. The Spy (Bonus Track) 4:21
36. Clip from "When You're Strange" [Bonus Video] 1:47



The soundtrack for Tom DiCillo's excellent documentary on The Doors features many of the band's finest songs, brief interview segments, and Johnny Depp reading Jim Morrison's poetry. Depp is the perfect modern voice for Morrison's words. Many of the poems are little more than a few phrases that link the songs and give context to the band's vision, though "The Girl of the Ghetto" is a nicely turned piece, and "Goodbye America" has an amusing finality to it. The Doors songs included are an interesting mix, including "Light My Fire" from their 1967 appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, "Break on Through (To the Other Side)" live from the Isle of Wight in August 1970, and "Roadhouse Blues" live from New York in 1970, in a version that far exceeds the studio recording. The deluxe version includes three bonus songs ("The Changeling," "Strange Days," and "The Spy") and a video excerpt from the film.