Top Steppenwolf Albums
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It's Never Too Late (Live On The Ed Sullivan Show, May 19, 1969) - Single
It's Never Too Late (Live On The Ed Sullivan Show, May 19, 1969) - Single
[2021]
Born To Be Wild / Magic Carpet Ride (Medley/Live On The Ed Sullivan Show, August 17, 1969) - Single
Born To Be Wild / Magic Carpet Ride (Medley/Live On The Ed Sullivan Show, August 17, 1969) - Single
[2021]
Permian EP
Permian EP
[2016]
Born To Be Wild - Single
Born To Be Wild - Single
[2016]
The ABC/Dunhill Singles Collection
The ABC/Dunhill Singles Collection
[2015]
Gold: Steppenwolf
Gold: Steppenwolf
[2005]
Gold
Gold
[2005]
Born to Be Wild - A Retrospective (1966-1990)
Born to Be Wild - A Retrospective (1966-1990)
[1991]
Steppenwolf the Second
Steppenwolf the Second
[1987]
Skullduggery
Skullduggery
[1976]
Hour of the Wolf
Hour of the Wolf
[1975]
Hour of the Wolf (Expanded Edition)
Hour of the Wolf (Expanded Edition)
[1975]
Slow Flux
Slow Flux
[1974]
Steppenwolf Live
Steppenwolf Live
[1971]
For Ladies Only
For Ladies Only
[1971]
Steppenwolf 7
Steppenwolf 7
[1970]
Early Steppenwolf (Live at the Matrix, San Francisco/1967)
Early Steppenwolf (Live at the Matrix, San Francisco/1967)
[1969]
At Your Birthday Party
At Your Birthday Party
[1969]
Monster
Monster
[1969]
Steppenwolf
Steppenwolf
[1968]
The Second
The Second
[1968]
order by popularity | order by alphabet
Born To Be Wild Magic Carpet Ride The Pusher It's Never Too Late Berry Rides Again Renegade Hey Lawdy Mama A Girl I Knew Keep Rockin' The Ostrich Hold Your Head Up Corina, Corina Everybody's Next One Take What You Need Your Wall's Too High Tenderness Tighten Up Your Wig Round And Down Sookie Sookie Faster Than The Speed Of Life Desperation Move Over None Of Your Doing Chicken Wolf Night Time's For You Hoochie Coochie Man Just For Tonight I'm Movin' On Ride With Me Sparkle Eyes Rock Me Shackles And Chains Hard Rock Road For Ladies Only Forty Days And Forty Nights Jaded Strumpet Someone Told A Lie Good Morning Little Schoolgirl The Wall Rise And Shine Best Of What You Got Hot Night In A Cold Town Happy Birthday She'll Be Better Gang War Blues Sign On The Line You Don't Cry For Rock-n-roll All I Want Is All You Got Fool's Fantasy We Like It We Love It Lovely Meter Get Into The Wind Lonely Dreamers Time Out Now And Forever The Fixer Justice Don't Be Slow Snowblind Friend God Fearing Man Power Play Lost And Found By Trial And Error Draft Resister Who Needs Ya' Foggy Mental Breakdown Spiritual Fantasy Reflections Screaming Night Hog Hippo Stomp Don't Step On The Grass, Sam Ball Crusher Smokey Factory Blues Fat Jack Twisted Resurrection Jupiter's Child From Here To There Eventually Straight Shootin' Woman Monster Disappointment Number (unknown) Caroline 28 Children Of The Night I'm Asking In Hopes Of A Garden Rock 'N' Roll Rebels Mr. Penny Pincher Live Your Life Ain't Nothing Like It Used To Be Annie, Annie Over Another's Lifetime What Would You Do (If I Did That To You) Give Me News I Can Use Rock 'n' Roll War Jeraboah I'm Going Upstairs None Of The Above Nothing Is Forever You're The Only One The Daily Blues Sleep Five Finger Discount Slender Thread Of Hope Morning Blue Let's Do It All Fishin' In The Dark Skullduggery The Balance Tell Me It's All Righ Do Or Die Every Man For Himself Life Is A Gamble Circles Of Confusion Train Of Thought Pass It On
Related Information for Steppenwolf
Steppenwolf is a rock band which formed in Los Angeles, California, United States in 1967. The band originally consisted of John Kay (vocals, guitar), Michael Monarch (guitar), Rushton Moreve (bass), Goldie McJohn (keyboards) and Jerry Edmonton (drums). The band is best known for their hit singles "Born to be Wild" and "Magic Carpet Ride". They were named after the novel Der Steppenwolf by German author Hermann Hesse.Frontman John Kay's mother escaped with him at age 4 from Soviet occupied East Germany, an event recounted in the song "Renegade" on the album Steppenwolf Seven. His family resettled in Hannover, West Germany, before moving to Canada in 1958. Kay is partially blind, hence... read more