#1
Steppenwolf is one of the best bands ever. They deserve more credit for things.

anyway, official steppenwolf thread & club.

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Yeah I'll be honest, I haven't heard much of them, but there's nothing like singing Born to be Wild at a party. Particularly parties where everyone gets naked and shows off where they used to have man bits....
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#5
I only have a two-disc collection, but I really, really enjoy this band.

John Kay is an awesome songwriter, and these guys are definitely one of the best 60s bands ever.

I'm recommending their debut album to everyone, though I still need to pick it up (along with their other albums) myself.
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I only have a two-disc collection, but I really, really enjoy this band.

John Kay is an awesome songwriter, and these guys are definitely one of the best 60s bands ever.

I'm recommending their debut album to everyone, though I still need to pick it up (along with their other albums) myself.



Their music off the Easy Rider soundtrack is quite good too.
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#9
I actually own the movie... is there more on the soundtrack than on the actual film, because, unless I'm mistaken, some of the music written for Easy Rider never appeared in the actual movie?
#10
Their version of The Pusher is one of my favourite songs.
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They deserve more credit for things.


....Such as...?

Don't get me wrong or anything, because I like the band, but the didn't really do much to get credit for
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I actually own the movie... is there more on the soundtrack than on the actual film, because, unless I'm mistaken, some of the music written for Easy Rider never appeared in the actual movie?



A bit, its been awhile since I've seen the movie but there's a fair bit of great music on the soundtrack. It might be had to find in a regular store like A & B Sound or something. Try looking for it in like a second hand store or on vinyl.
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lol its a cool song man
i like Born to be Wild too
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Dude, what's your favorite song of theirs?


I really like its never too late to start all over agian.

alot of their best songs weren't the ones people knew about, like born to wild.

and by the way, their sound was revolutionary.
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lol my favourite line from The Pusher. That and Born To Be Wild and Magic Carpet Ride are their best songs. Great band.
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Yeah I'll be honest, I haven't heard much of them, but there's nothing like singing Born to be Wild at a party. Particularly parties where everyone gets naked and shows off where they used to have man bits....


Well, I was with you on the first part of this, the whole singing the song at parties, but the rest is just a little to crazy for me. But hey, I won't judge you Der, so, to each his own.

In your opinions, what is their best studio album? Or perhaps their best non-hit songs?
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I really like its never too late to start all over agian.

alot of their best songs weren't the ones people knew about, like born to wild



I agree. My favorite songs of theirs are either "Don't Step on the Grass, Sam", "The Ostrich", "Rock n' Roll Rebels", or "Your Wall's Too High".
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In your opinions, what is their best studio album? Or perhaps their best non-hit songs?


all of them have good stuff on them.

but its hard to find their actual albums around anymore.
#22
Steppenwolf is great. I really like "Sookie, Sookie"

Mainly because "sooka" in Russian means bitch.


But nah, "Don't Step on the Grass Sam" is awesome
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#23
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I'm a n00b about this band, I only know Born to be Wild and Magic Carpet Ride. Any album recommendations?

Yup same. I still think MCR differs a lot from Born to... and that's why I want to here some other songs. Was btbw an exception?
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