Collectors' Corner: Which Doors releases are money in the bank?

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25. Elektra 45615 “Light My Fire”/”The Crystal Ship” 1967, $30. Originals have a yellow and black label with “ELEKTRA” in all capital letters and a woman’s head above a white line at the top of the label.

24. Elektra EKS-74079 (DJ) 13, 1970, $40. White label promo.

23. Elektra 45621 (PS) “People Are Strange”/”Unhappy Girl,” 1967, $40.

22. Elektra 60345, The Best of the Doors, 1985. $40. White label promo on audiophile vinyl.

21. Philco-Ford, HP-9, “Light My Fire/Break On Through, 1968, $40. Four-inch plastic “Hip Pocket Record” with color sleeve.

20. Elektra EKS-74014 (S) Strange Days, 1967, $40. Brown labels.

19. Elektra, EKS-75005, The Soft Parade, 1969, $50. Brown or tan labels.

18. Elektra, EKS-75011, L.A. Woman, 1971, $50. With see-through window on cover and yellow inner sleeve with photo of Jim Morrison on a cross.

17. Elektra EKS-74007 (S) The Doors, 1967. $50. Brown labels.

16. Mobile Fidelity 1-051, The Doors, 1980. $60. Audiophile vinyl.

15. Elektra EKS-75007, Morrison Hotel, 1970. $60. Brown or tan labels.

14. Elektra 53-502 SP DJ (DJ), An American Prayer, 1978. $60. White label; with sticker on the cover “This album has been edited for broadcast from…”; only six tracks are on Side One rather than the eight on stock copies.

13. DCC Compact Classics, LPZ-2045, Strange Days, 1997, $80. Audiophile vinyl.

12. Elektra EKS-9002 (DJ). Absolutely Live, 1970. $80. White label promo.

11. Elektra EKS-7500- (DJ). Morrison Hotel, 1970. $100. White label promo.

10. Elektra E1-61047, The Doors, 1991. $100. Soundtrack from the movie; only available on U.S. vinyl from Columbia House.

9. Elektra EKS-75007, (DJ), L.A. Woman, 1971. $100. White label promo.

8. Elektra 45611 (PS) “Break On Through (To the Other Side)”/”End of the Night” 1966, $120.

7. DCC Compact Classics, LPZ-2049, Waiting for the Sun, 1998. $120. Audiophile vinyl.

6. DCC Compact Classics, LPZ-2046, The Doors, 1997. $150. Audiophile vinyl.

5. DCC Compact Classics, LPZ-2050, L.A. Woman, 1998. $150. Audiophile vinyl.

4. Elektra EKS-74024, (S), Waiting for the Sun, 1968. $150. White label promo.

3. Elektra, EKL-4007 (M), The Doors, 1967. $200.

2. Elektra, EKL-4014 (M), Strange Days, 1967. $600. Value assumes the record is mono. There are two different

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