Almost all gone! We’ve received our very limited allotment from Rhino for this red-hot box set. We have very few remaining. When they’re gone, they’re gone!
“…It’s good. No, it’s magnificent…If you love the Doors and can still find a copy of this box set, buy it, no matter what you have to pay.” – Jeff Dorgay, Tone Audio, No. 15, 2008
The ultimate Doors collectible: A limited-edition, seven-LP box – covered in faux lizard skin – with 12″ 180-gram HQ vinyl reissues of the original stereo mixes of the band’s six Morrison-era studio albums PLUS a copy of their ’67 debut album in mono! All remastered by Bernie Grundman! And pressed at RTI! The entire set has been personally supervised by Jac Holzman, founder of Elektra Records and production supervisor of The Doors, and Bruce Botnick, The Doors’ engineer/co-producer/mixer for all six studio albums. All albums are exact replicas of the original releases, including all artwork, packaging, inner sleeves and mixes.
The Doors’ revolutionary self-titled 1967 debut LP – widely regarded as one of rock music’s most important debuts – instantly heralded the arrival of an utterly original, and now all-time legendary, band. Through five more groundbreaking studio albums, the Doors were fronted by rock icon Jim Morrison as they expanded the boundaries of contemporary music, performance art and popular culture overall. Today, their impact looms as large as ever, and Rhino continues its 40th anniversary of the group’s stunning debut with a deluxe vinyl box set certain to be a highly prized and sought-after rarity. Only 12,500 were made worldwide.
This set is strictly limited to 12,500 copies! Please note that when this set was first announced the record label misinformed their distributors by claiming the set would be limited to 5,000 copies. That production run was increased due to their decision to expand the offer to include the European market. We have been assured that 12,500 is the final and accurate total for copies to be pressed.