Take What You Need - Steppenwolf - Steppenwolf (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Daisar Reply
    Steppenwolf At Your Birthday Party LP EX Vinyl Die-Cut Gatefold Acid Rock Me $ Steppenwolf Vinyl LP Dunhill Records,, DSX, "At Your Birthday Party".
  2. Yokasa Reply
    Stereo pressing, identified by the fact that the matrix in each runout begins with "DS" rather than just "D" (mono pressings drop the "S"). However, the labels are for the mono pressing, as the catalog number is D, and there is no mention of stereo (they are identical to those on Steppenwolf).There is a noticeable space between the D and the dash, where the S would normally appear.
  3. Vigrel Reply
    Heavy Metal Thunder! You couldn’t go anywhere in the blazing summer of ‘68 without hearing “Born To Be Wild” blaring, and its inclusion in the iconic film Easy Rider the following year cemented it as a rallying cry for bikers and countless other counterculture miscreants. On their debut album, Steppenwolf (fronted by John Kay’s menacing rasp) reach new levels of deafening heaviness.
  4. Bradal Reply
    On their debut LP, Steppenwolf (fronted by the rasp of John Kay) defined future heaviness, ripping through a set of originals and attitude-filled covers, simultaneously forging a name for the sounds of an emerging genre with Kay's growl of "heavy metal thunder!" And –you've never heard it sound this good.
  5. Yoran Reply
    Nov 22,  · Steppenwolf’s most excellent eponymous LP is one helluva debut. If it were a waif, I would take it in, buy it lots of cool video games, and send it to Yale. Hopefully it would provide for me in my old age. Even your pet goldfish knows Steppenwolf derived its name from Hermann Hesse’s novel of the same name. But your goldfish is wrong.
  6. Mazugrel Reply
    Get the best deals on Steppenwolf 45 RPM Speed Vinyl Records when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items Sookie Sookie / Take What You Need 45 (Japan, insert PS, center i. $ Genre: Rock. $ shipping. Steppenwolf Double LP Vinyl Records. Steppenwolf 33 RPM Speed Vinyl Records.
  7. Akinozshura Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Steppenwolf on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA ,MCA Records - MCL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock Take What You Need: B5: The Ostrich: /5(14).
  8. Mautaxe Reply
    Jun 14,  · Steppenwolf - Take What You Need ( - Vinyl) Search. Library. Log in. Sign up. Watch fullscreen. 5 years ago | 43 views. Steppenwolf - Take What You Need ( - Vinyl) (For Me And You, It Takes Two)(Lp Vinyl track Reamasterd By B.v.d.M ) By Berry Van De Mast LTD. Meneer Erwin Leeuwerink. Need For Speed Burnout.
  9. Teshicage Reply
    Steppenwolf is the debut album by Canadian-American rock band Steppenwolf, The spelling of track #4 on the vinyl is "Hootchie Kootchie Man". The album credits say it was recorded at American Recording Company in Studio City, California; however, the actual name of the studio was American Recorders. "Take What You Need" Kay, Mekler:

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