The Doors launch new website

The Doors have launched a new, expanded website. www.thedoors.com contains video clips and new photo galleries, as well as an archive listing all the band’s shows with setlists, gig notes, and in some cases, audio available for download. Users will find detailed info on songs like "Light My Fire", which showcases the original single artwork as well as videos and lyrics. Additional website features include an integrated community for fans to meet, discuss and share all Doors memories.

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The Doors have launched a new, expanded website.

www.thedoors.com contains video clips and new photo galleries, as well as an archive listing all the band’s shows with setlists, gig notes, and in some cases, audio available for download. Users will find detailed info on songs like “Light My Fire”, which showcases the original single artwork as well as videos and lyrics.

Additional website features include an integrated community for fans to meet, discuss and share all Doors memories.

Commenting on the new site, Ray Manzarek said, “What you want to know, it’s here. What you want to see, it’s here. Want to communicate, it’s here. Want to join conversations…here. Want to be an intellectual, join us here on the new site. Want to buy stuff, hell, we got it! This is so well put together, I love it. Hope you do, too.”

Added John Densmore, “Always on the tech cutting edge, I’m proud of the band I’ve been in for many years and proud that our web presence now matches the longevity of the four lads from Venice, California. Each generation gets to view us through the latest cyber-lens that represents their time. Enjoy!”

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