No me moleste mosquito No me moleste mosquito No me moleste mosquito Why don't you go home? No me moleste mosquito Let me eat my burrito No me moleste mosquito Why don't you go home? More on Genius. Full Circle produced a global hit for the band: The Mosquito.
Full Circle is the eighth studio album by the American rock band the Doors, released in August 1972. It is the second album after Jim Morrison's death, and the last they compiled until the 1978 album An American Prayer. The album includes "The Mosquito", the last Doors single to chart. The band's first album without Jim Morrison, 1971's Other Voices, had reached on the Billboard chart, a modest success for the group considering the monumental shadow cast by the passing of Morrison
The Doors – The Mosquito.
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The following is the discography of the American rock band the Doors. Formed in Los Angeles in 1965, the group consisted of Jim Morrison (vocals), Ray Manzarek (keyboards), John Densmore (drums), and Robby Krieger (guitar). The Doors became one of the most popular rock bands of their era. Their debut album, The Doors (1967), released by Elektra Records, charted at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200 and produced the group's most successful single, "Light My Fire".
The Mosquito" by Max Greger is a cover of The Doors's "The Mosquito". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes. Contributed by cgs097 (65,859. Report wrong information or missing video. Onnozel Mugge by De Strangers (1973).
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Written-By – Densmore*, Manzarek*, Krieger*
|B||It Slipped My Mind
Written-By – Krieger*
- Record Company – Kinney Music GmbH
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra Records
- Published By – Alchemical Music Co.
- Licensed From – Elektra Corp, USA
- Mastered At – Tonstudio Pfanz
- Pressed By – TELDEC-Press GmbH
- Mastered By – PF*
- Producer – The Doors
Ⓟ 1972 Elektra Records
A Recording Of Elektra, USA
A Product of Kinney Music GmbH., Hamburg · Under licence of Elektra Corp. USA · Made in Germany
From The Album "Full Circle" ELK 52 002
Also Available On MusiCassette ELK 452 002
A Product Of Kinney Music GmbH · 2 Hamburg 76 · Postbox 5754
First edition: 'Butterfly' labels without 'WEA'-related credits on labels, sleeve or in the runouts.
The subsequent issue shows 'WEA' on the right side of the labels, in the runouts and a 'WEA Musik GmbH' credit on the sleeve rear.
A later edition was issued with the caterpillar label.
Catalogue number EKS 45 807 appears in smaller fonts and parentheses and refers to the recording.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): 45 807 - A
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): 45 807 - B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A, etched): 45807AⅡ 1̶2̶0̶7̶2̶-̶A̶ PF
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B, etched): 45807-B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A&B, stamped): Manufactured in Germany
|EK-45807||The Doors||The Mosquito (7", Single)||Elektra||EK-45807||US||1972|
|JET-2150||The Doors||The Mosquito (7", Single)||Elektra||JET-2150||Japan||1972|
|EKM.45807||The Doors||The Mosquito (7", Single)||Elektra||EKM.45807||New Zealand||1972|
|EK-45807||The Doors||The Mosquito / It Slipped My Mind (7", Single)||Elektra||EK-45807||Panama||1972|
|EK-45807||The Doors||The Mosquito (7", Promo)||Elektra||EK-45807||US||1972|