The soundtrack for Tom DiCillo's excellent documentary on The Doors features many of the band's finest songs, brief interview segments, and Johnny Depp reading Jim Morrison's poetry. Depp is the perfect modern voice for Morrison's words. Many of the poems are little more than a few phrases that link the songs and give context to the band's vision, though "The Girl of the Ghetto" is a nicely turned piece, and "Goodbye America" has an amusing finality to it. The Doors songs included are an interesting mix, including "Light My Fire" from their 1967 appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, "Break on Through (To the Other Side)" live from the Isle of Wight in August 1970, and "Roadhouse Blues" live from New York in 1970, in a version that far exceeds the studio recording. The deluxe version includes three bonus songs ("The Changeling," "Strange Days," and "The Spy") and a video excerpt from the film.