Rock band 'The Doors' are celebrating their 50th anniversary.

FOX's Laura Ingle details what they have planned in today's "Bonus Track":

(The Doors) "Break on through to the other side!"

Fans of The Doors have a great way to celebrate the band in the new year, as Rhino Records releases a three-disc deluxe edition of The Doors self-titled debut album, which came out 50 years ago this week.

The release comes out March 31, which will include remastered Stereo and Mono mixes of the original album, plus a disc of live recordings from a concert at San Francisco's Matrix on March 7, 1967. This package will include the tunes "Twentieth Century Fox", "Back Door Man" and of course:

(The Doors) "Come on baby light my fire!"

On this 50th anniversary of The Doors debut, some 'Bonus Tracks': The Doors were the first band to ever advertise a new album on a billboard, the band was not invited to play Woodstock and Jim Morrison's famous leather pants were something to behold, but missing one thing... a fly!

(The Doors) "Try to set the night on fire!"

I'm Laura Ingle, FOX News.

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