Born To Be Wild - Various - The Hot 60s: 16 Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 (CD)


  • The third single released from Steppenwolf's debut album (behind the pop "The Girl I Knew" and a raucous cover of Don Covay's R&B "Sookie Sookie," which the band performed in their first incarnation as Sparrow), the group hedged their bets on "Born to Be Wild," not identifying it as an A-side on the initial radio station 45 which paired it with "Everybody's Next One.".
  • This group was very popular with their #1 hit Born to be Wild and it still lives on to this day. I don't know of anybody who never like them. It's funny over the years how music has changed but a lot of the older music is still around/5().
  • "Born to Be Wild" is a song written by Mars Bonfire and first performed by the band Steppenwolf. The song is often invoked in both popular and counter culture to denote a biker appearance or attitude. It is most notably featured in the film Easy is sometimes described as the first heavy metal song, and the second verse lyric "heavy metal thunder" marks the first use of this term Genre: Hard rock, proto-metal.
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  • - 16 Greatest Hits [MCAD] - Born to Be Wild - A Retrospective 2CD - John Kay & Steppenwolf - Live at 25 Silver Anniversary 2CD - Born to Be Wild The Best of Steppenwolf - Dallas, TX - SBD (bootleg) Introduction by Agustus Sookie Sookie Greeting from John Kay Hoochie Coochie Man Tighten Up Your Wig.
  • Jul 29,  · With two dozen people voting for more than songs, we whittled the list down to the top hits of the ‘60s. However, bands with votes for multiple songs were limited to two tracks each.
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  • 「ワイルドでいこう!」(原題: Born to Be Wild )は、マーズ・ボンファイヤーが書き、ステッペンウルフが年にリリースした歌。 この曲は、映画『イージー・ライダー』の冒頭で主人公らがバイクで疾走するシーンに使われ、その後も大衆文化およびカウンターカルチャーでバイク乗りの姿や.

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