The Doors
Historical Group
Nationality: United States
Members: John Densmore
Robby Krieger
Ray Manzarek
Jim Morrison
Years Active: 1965-1973
Occupation: Rock Group
The Valley-Westside War
POD: Unknown
Relevant POD: 1967
Type of Appearance: Posthumous reference
The Gladiator
POD: Mid-20th Century
Earliest Known POD: October-November, 1962
Type of Appearance: Posthumous reference

The Doors were an American rock band formed in 1965 in Los Angeles by vocalist Jim Morrison (1943-1971), keyboardist Ray Manzarek (1939-2013), drummer John Densmore (1944- ), and guitarist Robby Krieger (1946- ). They were one of the most controversial bands of their time, due mostly to Morrison's cryptic lyrics, unpredictable stage persona, and subsequent shocking death in Paris from drug abuse.

The Doors in Crosstime TrafficEdit

The Doors in The GladiatorEdit

After the Soviet Union won the Cold War, the Doors were one of several performers whose music had been deemed counterrevolutionary to Marxist-Leninist-Stalinsim, and so their albums could not be purchased legally in most countries. Annarita Crosetti and Gianfranco Mazzilli found several Doors recordings at a record store in San Marino along with other counterrevolutionary musicians of the previous century. Gianfranco suggested that they should buy some, but Annarita vetoed that idea, convinced that Eduardo Caruso's entry into The Three Sixes had probably attracted too much attention.[1].

The Doors in The Valley-Westside WarEdit

While stationed in a post-atomic war alternate, Liz Mendoza listened to The Doors' first album on an actual phonograph, a technology which had become extinct in the home timeline.[2]