Steppenwolf - Steppenwolf Gold (Their Great Hits) FLAC album
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Steppenwolf is the debut album by Canadian rock band Steppenwolf, released in January 1968 on ABC Dunhill Records. The album was a successful debut for the band, featuring the songs "Born to Be Wild", as well as "The Pusher", both of which were used in the 1969 film Easy Rider. Berry Rides Again" is a tribute to guitarist Chuck Berry. The spelling of track on the vinyl is "Hootchie Kootchie Man".
Steppenwolf fused traditional rock and R&B with late '60s contemporary heaviness. Born to Be Wild," their signature tune, has aged amazingly well. Aside from the song's power and performance, its engineering and production is stellar. This goes for most of Steppenwolf's catalog as well. Other tracks of note include the lesser known "Rock Me, which was used in the film Candy. It's an amazing period piece that reflects the underside of Hollywood life
Gold: Their Great Hits was the first greatest hits collection released by the American rock band Steppenwolf. The album, released in 1971, charted at on the Billboard Pop Albums charts and was certified "gold" by the RIAA on April 12, 1971. 3 Record track listing.
Get your motor runnin' baby - Steppenwolf's Gold: Their Great Hits took its title literally. The towering rock album success rang in at No. 24 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart and became certified gold for record sales in excess of 500,000 units by the Record Industry Association of America (RIAA) in April 1971. Acoustic Sounds and Analogue Productions want to introduce you to the most sonically perfect version of this historic album you've.
Get your motor runnin' baby - Steppenwolf's "Gold: Their Great Hits" took its title literally. Titel: Gold - Their Great Hits. Label: Acoustic Sounds. Katalog-Nr: AS AAPP 115-33. Format: Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP.
Gold: Their Great Hits was the first greatest hits collection released by the American rock band Steppenwolf. Initial pressings of the album came in a gatefold sleeve, with a detachable poster of the band. Released: March 1971.
Compilation album by Steppenwolf. Rock Me. Hey Lawdy Mama. Who Needs Ya. Jupiter's Child.
|A1||Born To Be Wild|
|A3||Screaming Night Hog|
|B1||Hey Lawdy Mama|
|B3||Magic Carpet Ride|
|C1||It's Never Too Late|
|C3||Who Needs Ya (Part 1)|
|D1||Who Needs Ya (Conclusion)|
- Record Company – ABC/Dunhill Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Stamp, Rear of Cartridge): DHM85099 0711
|DSX-50099||Steppenwolf||Gold (Their Great Hits) (LP, Comp, Gat)||Dunhill, ABC Records||DSX-50099||US||1971|
|201 574||Steppenwolf||Gold (Their Great Hits) (LP, Comp)||MCA Records||201 574||Brazil||Unknown|
|DSX-50099||Steppenwolf||Gold (Their Great Hits) (LP, Comp, Gat)||Dunhill, ABC Records||DSX-50099||Canada||Unknown|
|FA 3052||Steppenwolf||Gold (LP, Comp)||Fame||FA 3052||UK||Unknown|
|M 85099||Steppenwolf||Steppenwolf Gold Their Great Hits (8-Trk, Comp, Amp)||Dunhill||M 85099||US||Unknown|