The Doors - Legacy: The Absolute Best
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Release date: 12 August 2003
The latest release of a new Doors documentary on DVD makes us yearn for fiction over fact
- Jul 11, 2010
It's no surprise that almost three decades after their watery demise, [B]The Doors[/B] - and [B]Jim Morrison[/B], in particular - still inspire love and hate in equal measures.
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The Doors - Legacy: The Absolute Best: Wikipedia Album Entry
Legacy: The Absolute Best is a two-disc compilation album by The Doors released in 2003. This compilation includes the uncensored versions of both "Break On Through (To the Other Side)" (the lyrics "she gets high" are restored) and "The End" (with Morrison's liberal use of the word "fuck" during the song's interlude). Also included is an unreleased 1969 studio version of Morrison's epic stagepiece "Celebration of the Lizard" in its entirety.
The album debuted on the Billboard 200 on August 30, 2003 at number 63. It remained on the chart for 4 weeks.
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