Review #86: The Doors, The Doors

#86: The Doors, The Doors

I had a friend who was hazed to the Doors in college while he was pledging his fraternity. They made them all sleep in the basement of their frat house and played “Light My Fire” on repeat all night. That needly keyboard solo, over and over and over, invading your nightmares and possibly even your dreams? That song gives me chills to this day.




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Karla Clifton

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Writer, fake music fan.

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