The reissue campaign encompasses all six of The Doors' studio albums with Jim Morrison remastered with premium sound quality and expanded with previously unreleased sonic treasures and essential rarities. For the first time, each of the newly remixed albums will be available individually as single-disc releases and digital downloads. All physical versions are presented in jewelcases accompanied by a limited-edition 40th anniversary sticker. MORRISON HOTEL (1970) was issued in the wake of Jim's notorious Miami bust for indecent exposure and shows The Doors battling back with such powerful broadsides as "Roadhouse Blues." Eight previously unissued takes of that song are among the many bonus tracks included here, along with never-before-heard versions of "Peace Frog," "The Spy," the intriguingly titled "Money Beats Soul," and a quick run through of Chuck Berry's "Carol."