CONTEST: Win ‘When You’re Strange’ Soundtrack

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This Tuesday, March 30th Rhino Records will release When You’re Strange (Music From The Motion Picture). The soundtrack contains several selections of Jim Morrison’s poetry as read by Johnny Depp, interview clips with all four band members, and 14 songs that survey The Doors’ six landmark albums with original studio versions of classic tracks (“Touch Me,” “The End,” and “L.A. Woman”) along with rare live performances from The Ed Sullivan Show (“Light My Fire”), Danish TV (“When The Music’s Over”), and the Isle Of Wight Festival (“Break On Through [To The Other Side]”). Pop Culture Zoo has five copies to giveaway. To enter for a chance to win simply click here to email us and tell us your favorite song by the Doors. Easy enough, right? The contest closes at 11:59 PM on Friday, April 2nd so be sure to enter soon. This contest is open to US residents only (sorry).

When You’re Strange (Music From The Motion Picture)
TRACKLISTING
1. Poem: Cinema – Johnny Depp [0:25] (Jim Morrison)
2. Poem: The Spirit Of Music – Johnny Depp [0:22] (Jim Morrison)
3. MOONLIGHT DRIVE – The Doors [3:01] (The Doors)
4. Poem: The Doors Of Perception – Johnny Depp [0:08] (William Blake)
5. BREAK ON THROUGH (TO THE OTHER SIDE) (Live) – The Doors [4:59] (The Doors) The Isle Of Wight, August 29, 1970 (Stereo)
6. LIGHT MY FIRE (Live) – The Doors [3:05] The Ed Sullivan Show, September 19, 1967 (Mono)
7. “To really be a superstar” – Jim Morrison (Interview) [0:14]
8. FIVE TO ONE – The Doors [4:27] (The Doors)
9. Poem: Wasting The Dawn – Johnny Depp [0:25] (Jim Morrison)
10. WHEN THE MUSIC’S OVER (Live) – The Doors [12:27] (The Doors)
Television-Byen; Gladsaxe, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 18, 1968 (Mono)
11. a. “The four of us are musicians” – Jim Morrison (Interview) [0:29]
b. “I’d like them to listen” – Ray Manzarek (Interview)
c. “Rock & roll and jazz” – John Densmore (Interview)
d. “Our music is symbolic” – Robby Krieger (Interview)
12. HELLO, I LOVE YOU – The Doors [2:39] (The Doors)
13. “Dead serious” – Jim Morrison (Interview) [0:08]
14. PEOPLE ARE STRANGE – The Doors [2:10] (The Doors)
15. Poem: Inside The Dream – Johnny Depp [0:14](Jim Morrison)
16. SOUL KITCHEN – The Doors [3:32](The Doors)
17. Poem: We Have Been Metamorphosized – Johnny Depp [0:15] (Jim Morrison)
18. Poem: Touch Scares – Johnny Depp [0:08] (Jim Morrison)
19. TOUCH ME – The Doors [3:28] (Robby Krieger)
20. Poem: Naked We Come – Johnny Depp [0:09] (Jim Morrison)
21. Poem: O Great Creator Of Being – Johnny Depp [0:08] (Jim Morrison)
22. THE END – The Doors [11:39] (The Doors)
23. Poem: The Girl Of The Ghetto – Johnny Depp [0:26] (Jim Morrison)
24. L.A. WOMAN – The Doors [7:57] (The Doors)
25. Poem: Crossroads – Johnny Depp [0:10] (Jim Morrison)
26. ROADHOUSE BLUES – The Doors [4:07] (Jim Morrison/The Doors)
27. Poem: Ensenada – Johnny Depp [0:14] (Jim Morrison)
28. RIDERS ON THE STORM – The Doors [7:16] (Jim Morrison/The Doors)
29. Poem: As I Look Back – Johnny Depp [0:11] (Jim Morrison)
30. THE CRYSTAL SHIP – The Doors [2:32] (The Doors)
31. Poem: Goodbye America – Johnny Depp

Award-winning writer-director Tom DiCillo’s riveting film uncovers historic, previously unseen footage from the illustrious rock quartet and provides new insight into the revolutionary impact of their music and legacy. The film is narrated by Johnny Depp. Taking its title from the cabaret-tinged Doors hit “People Are Strange,” the film chronicles the creation of The Doors’ six landmark studio albums in just five years, as well as their electrifying live performances. Rare cinèma vèritè footage offers an intimate glimpse into their musical collaboration – and their offstage lives.

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