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16 Greatest Hits

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Released  February 1973
Length  57:47
Artist  Steppenwolf
Label  Dunhill ABC
Recorded  1967–1971
16 Greatest Hits (1973)  Slow Flux (1974)
Release date  February 1973
Genres  Rock music, Rock and roll
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Producers  Gabriel Mekler, Richard Podolor
Similar  Steppenwolf albums, Rock and roll albums

Steppenwolf born to be wild lyrics


16 Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Steppenwolf, released in 1973. It features some of their most famous songs, including "Born to Be Wild", "The Pusher", and "Magic Carpet Ride", and "Hey Lawdy Mama." The album consisted of the 11 tracks from the previous Gold: Their Great Hits album, in the same order as on the two sides of that earlier album, with the addition of the final two tracks on side 1, and the final three tracks on side 2.

Contents

This album was originally issued as Dunhill 50135, and later as ABC/Dunhill with the same number, on LP, 8-track cartridge, and cassette. Following MCA's assimilation of the ABC family of labels, the album was reissued as MCA 1599 (some vinyl copies using previously-pressed LPs with an ABC-Dunhill label), then as budget-label MCA 37049. The album was made available in all formats through several U. S. record clubs, each bearing notes as to their club origin. The album was also issued (under various titles) in Canada, England, Germany, Greece, and the Benelux countries, and was issued on CD in 1985.

Personnel

  • John Kay – lead vocals, guitar
  • Jerry Edmonton – drums, vocals
  • Goldy McJohn – organ, vocals
  • Michael Monarch – guitar, vocals
  • Rushton Moreve – bass, vocals
  • Nick St. Nicholas – bass, vocals
  • Larry Byrom – guitar, vocals
  • George Biondo – bass, vocals
  • Kent Henry – guitar, vocals
  • Charts

    Album – Billboard (North America)

    Songs

    1Born To Be Wild3:29
    2It's Never Too Late3:03
    3Rock Me3:40

    References

    16 Greatest Hits Wikipedia


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