Dead Cats, Dead Rats - The Doors - Absolutely Live (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Dead cats, dead rats Can't see what they were at, all right Dead cat in a top hat, wow Sucking on the young man's blood Wishing he could come, yeah Sucking on the soldier's brain Wishing it would be the same Dead cat, dead rat Can't you see what they were at? Fat cat in a top hat Thinks he's an aristocrat Thinks he can kill and slaughter.
  2. Absolutely Live, an Album by The Doors. Released 25 November on Elektra (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Blues Rock.
  3. The source for the double album was The Doors’ tour of the States between August and June – the dates are slightly different according to Wikipedia. And yes, the album was “Absolutely Live” - in that there were no studio enhancements or vocal overdubs. However, that does not mean that this was actually what happened on stage.
  4. Absolutely Live, an Album by The Doors. Released in on Elektra (catalog no. E2 ; CD). Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Blues Rock.
  5. Dead Cats, Dead Rats This IS the best live Doors (better than Absolutely Live) . its actually from three CD's (part of which is an improved Absolutely Live, which I have on CD and vinyl, gatefold cover), the other two being, 'Alive She Cried' and three tracks from 'An American Prayer: Live at Hollywood Bowl' concert, but even.
  6. The Doors Absolutely Live RSD Record Store Day Limited Edition Midnight Blue Vinyl 2 LP Set Dead Rats/Break on Through" is also great. "Dead Cats, Dead Rats" gets you pumped up for an energized and intense version of "Break on Through" with an extra verse added. The extended versions of "Souls Kitchen", "Roadhouse Blues", "Light My Fire /5().
  7. Dead cats, dead rats, can't see what they were at, alright Dead cat in a top hat, wow, sucking on the young man's blood Wishing he could come, yeah, sucking on the soldier's brain Wishing it would be the same Dead cat, dead rat, can't you see what they were at? Fat cat in a top.
  8. "Absolutely Live" was a turntable favorite of his as he would feature several songs from it whenever he devoted his nightly PMPM specials to Doors music exclusively. He alone turned me on to this record in early when the other stations shied away from it/5().

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