Darken My Fire: A Gothic Tribute to the Doors Jukebox

To study music, you have to listen to it. Music is an essential part of human culture. Often mistaken for a commodity, an error that classifies musicians as manufacturers of tunes, what is modernly called music is often designed for disposability, inoffensiveness, and speedy obsolescence. Not so the music that will be posted here, that will connect you with what is true, good, fine and enduring in humanity's struggle with a difficult, dazzling world.

Darken My Fire: A Gothic Tribute to the Doors Jukebox

Postby admin » Fri May 24, 2019 10:33 pm

Darken My Fire: A Gothic Tribute to the Doors Jukebox

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Darken My Fire -- A Gothic Tribute to the Doors, Copyright 2000 Cleopatra

Table of Contents:

1. Love Me Two Times, by The Mission UK
2. L.A. Woman, by Eating Crow
3. Hello, I Love You, by The Newlydeads
4. Five to One, by Alien Sex Fiend
5. Light My Fire, by The Electric Hellfire Club
6. Strange Days, by Spahn Ranch
7. Riders on the Storm, by Ex Voto
8. Peace Frog, by Mephisto Walz
9. The Spy, by Eerie Von
10. End of the Night, by Rhea's Obsession
11. When the Musics Over, by Controlled Bleeding
12. People are Strange, by Nosferatu
13. The End, by Rosetta Stone
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