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13 was the first compilation album by The Doors. Released in November 1970, it debuted at number 75 on December 19, 1970, peaked at Number 25 for two weeks (January 2 and January 9, 1971) and was off the charts after May 8. It spent a total of 21 weeks on the charts. The album has never been issued on CD because, while it was the only compilation released before lead singer Morrison's death, it does not include songs from L.A. Woman, released in 1971.


SKU: 143

    THE DOORS ‎– 13


    Label: Elektra ‎– EKS 74 079,  K 42062,  42 062


    A1           Light My Fire

    A2           People Are Strange

    A3           Back Door Man

    A4           Moonlight Drive

    A5           The Crystal Ship

    A6           Roadhouse Blues

    B1           Touch Me

    B2           Love Me Two Times

    B3           You're Lost, Little Girl

    B4           Hello, I Love You

    B5           Land Ho

    B6           Wild Child

    B7           The Unknown Soldier


    Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue


    Country: UK & Europe


    Released: 70’s  


    Genre: Rock


    Style: Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock


    Media Condition - Very Good (VG)

    Sleeve Condition - Very Good (VG)

  • We use the Goldmine Grading Guide which is considered to be the standard for record collectors worldwide:
    Mint | M Perfect in every way.
    NM or M- | Near Mint | Perfect in most ways.
    VG + | Very Good Plus | Amazing condition for age. Slightly used. Looked after. Very light scuffs and insignificant scratches. Cover, inners and labels have light wear.
    VG | Very Good | Excellent condition for age. Used often. Looked after. More scruffs and insignificant scratches. Cover, inners and labels have wear to be expected by age. Audio still amazing!
    G + | Good Plus | Good condition for age. Has some minor scratches and scuffs but plays well. More surface noise. Audio sounding a bit more vintage but still awsome!
    G | Good | Average condition for age. Scratched and scuffed. Significant surface noise. Still plays well. Audio slightly affected.

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