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Strange may refer to:


Contents [hide] 1 Fiction 2 Music 3 Other uses 4 See also

Fiction[edit] Strange (comic book), a comic book limited series by Marvel Comics Strange (Marvel Comics), one of a pair of Marvel Comics characters known as The Strangers Adam Strange, a DC Comics superhero the title character of the television series The Journey of Allen Strange Doc Strange, a Thrilling Comics character Doctor Strange, a Marvel Comics sorcerer Hugo Strange, a DC Comics character Jonathan Strange, a magician in the novel Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke and the miniseries adaptation

Music[edit] Strange (video), a compilation of music videos by Depeche Mode Strange Music, a record label founded by Travis O'Guin and rapper Tech N9ne Songs"Strange" (En Vogue song) "Strange" (Reba McEntire song) "Strange" (Wet Wet Wet song) "Strange", a song by Boogiemonsters from Riders of the Storm: The Underwater Album "Strange", a song by Built to Spill from Ancient Melodies of the Future "Strange", a song by The Feeling from Twelve Stops and Home "Strange", a song by Galaxie 500 from On Fire "Strange", a song by Jasan Radford from the soundtrack of the film Digimon: The Movie "Strange", a song by Patsy Cline from She's Got You "Strange", a song by Poison from Power to the People "Strange", a song by Tokio Hotel and Kerli from the Alice in Wonderland soundtrack album Almost Alice "Strange", a song by Wire from Pink Flag "Strange", a song by Screamin' Jay Hawkins covered by Elvis Costello on Kojak Variety

Other uses[edit] Strange (surname), a family name Strange, Ontario, Canada, a hamlet Strange (TV series), a British programme Strange+, Japanese manga series

See also[edit] All pages beginning with "Strange" The Stranger (disambiguation) Strangers (disambiguation) Strangeness, a property of elementary particles in physics Strang (disambiguation)

Disambiguation icon This disambiguation page lists articles associated People Are Strange - Echo & the Bunnymen (1987) People Are Strange" is a single released by the American rock band the Doors in September 1967 from their second album Strange Days which was also released in September 1967. The single peaked at the number 12 position of the U.S. Hot 100 chart[2] and made it to the top ten in the Cash Box charts. It was written by Jim Morrison and Robby Krieger although credit was given to The Doors evenly. Echo & the Bunnymen[edit]


"People Are Strange"

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Single by Echo & the Bunnymen


from the album The Lost Boys: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


B-side "Run, Run, Run"

Released 1987

Format 7" single

Genre Post-punk, alternative rock

Length 3:36

Label WEA, EastWest

Songwriter(s) The Doors

Producer(s) Ray Manzarek

Echo & the Bunnymen singles chronology





"Bedbugs and Ballyhoo"

(1987) "People Are Strange"
(1987) The Peel Sessions
(1988) 

British group Echo & the Bunnymen recorded a cover version of "People Are Strange" for the soundtrack of the 1987 film The Lost Boys. It was subsequently released as a single in 1987 (see 1987 in music) reaching number 29 on the UK Singles Chart in February 1988[6] and number 13 on the Irish Singles Chart in 1991.[7] The song was produced by The Doors' keyboard player, Ray Manzarek. A 12-inch version was released in February 1988 before the single was re-released in 1991. The B-sides were all the same as their previous release, "Bedbugs and Ballyhoo".

Track listings[edit] 7-inch single (WEA YZ175 and WEA YZ567)1."People Are Strange" (The Doors) – 3:36 2."Run, Run, Run" (Lou Reed) – 3:51 12-inch single (WEA YZ175T)1."People Are Strange" (The Doors) – 3:36 2."Run, Run, Run" (Reed) – 3:41 3."Paint It, Black" (Jagger/Richards) – 3:01 4."Friction" (Tom Verlaine) – 4: Maxine Jones and Dawn Robinson on lead vocals. Steve "Silk" Hurley discography

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