"Strange Days" is a psychedelic rock song by the American band The Doors, released in 1967 as the title track of their second studio album. The song is characterized by its haunting lyrics and eerie instrumentation, featuring a hypnotic organ riff by Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison's captivating vocal performance. The lyrics suggest a sense of disillusionment and uncertainty about the future, which is particularly relevant to the social and political climate of the late 1960s. "Strange Days" has become a beloved classic of The Doors' repertoire and is often considered one of their most iconic songs.
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