The Doors’ 1967 debut album, “Break On Through (To the Other Side),” is one of the most influential and iconic albums in rock history. The opening track, “Break On Through (To the Other Side),” is a perfect example of The Doors’ unique sound, blending elements of blues, rock, and psychedelia.

The song features Jim Morrison’s deep, resonant vocals, which are supported by Ray Manzarek’s heavy organ playing. The result is a dark and brooding song that is both catchy and unforgettable.

In addition to its musical virtuosity, “Break On Through” is also notable for its lyrics, which were written by Morrison in an attempt to break through the barriers that separated him from the rest of the world.

The song is a powerful statement of defiance against conformity and a declaration of individuality. It is no wonder that “Break On Through” has become an anthem for generations of rebels.

Whether you are a rebel, entrepreneur, executive, CEO–or someone trying to get along day to day, we’re all trying to break through barriers. What’s on the other side may differ from person to person, but when you can identify the barrier it becomes much easier to go through it.

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