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Steppenwolf - Monster album download

Steppenwolf - Monster album download

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Recording location:
American Recording Company, Calabasas, CA
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Monster is the fourth studio album by Canadian-American rock band Steppenwolf. The album was released in November 1969, by ABC Dunhill Records. It was their first LP with new lead guitarist, Larry Byrom instead of Michael Monarch. The album was Steppenwolf's most political one, making references to important issues at the time, such as the Vietnam War. The album was the first Steppenwolf album not to feature a US top ten hit, though two singles from the album cracked the top 40: "Move Over" and "Monster".

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Writers Goldy McJohn, Jerry Edmonton, John Kay (Steppenwolf) & 2 more. More Steppenwolf albums.

Monster Studio album by Steppenwolf Released November 1969. Monster is an album by the band Steppenwolf, released in 1969 (see 1969 in music) and was their first LP with new lead guitarist, Larry Byrom instead of Michael Monarch. The title refers to the contemporary politics and state of the . as in the lyrics to the title song: "The cities have turned into jungles

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Monster/Suicide/America Larry Byrom / Jerry Edmonton / John Kay / Steppenwolf Steppenwolf 9:16
2 Draft Resister Larry Byrom / John Kay / Goldy McJohn Steppenwolf 3:22
3 Power Play John Kay Steppenwolf 5:26
4 Move Over John Kay / Gabriel Mekler Steppenwolf 2:53
5 Fag Larry Byrom / Jerry Edmonton / Steppenwolf Steppenwolf 3:13
6 What Would You Do (If I Did That to You) Nolan Porter Steppenwolf 3:23
7 From Here to There Eventually Jerry Edmonton / John Kay / Goldy McJohn Steppenwolf 5:30
  • It is an album in the four to five stars range. It has faults but is a pioneering classic.

  • This album is a bit of a departure for the band, and an evolution, an advancement. Musically tight and cohesive, this is a funky rocking album. All the musical elements you like about Steppenwolf are here, with the addition of social commentary in the lyrics. This album is an achievement.

  • Also a strong one by Steppenwolf, beside Hendrix, Traffic etc.. in this styler they were the best. But after 7 they became a just ordinarie rock band, though Kay´s voice always is great.

  • Steppenwolf's Monster, their fourth studio album in less than two years and fifth overall by that time, remains their watermark album, especially in retrospect. The title track alone is testimony to the strength of the band and to John Kay's storytelling prowess; an ambitious piece of folk balladry and hard rock, the message remains relevant as it dispels the illusion of "America The Land Of The Free", beginning with the genocide of the American Indian right up to the military industrial complex that has all but destroyed this once promising country. Musically the song is all over the place but never meandering and by the coda of "America, where are you now?!!" the irony sets in that a Canadian refugee from war torn 1940's Germany wrote this candid observation. Add to the melee the powerful blues rockers "Power Play" and "Move Over" and the whimsical instrumental "Fag" as well as the scathing closer "From Here To There Eventually" and you have an amazingly diverse musical statement that rocks hard with a strong sense of melodicism throughout; and special kudos to guitarist Larry Byrom on this album, whose blistering solos on this rival anything laid down by the considerable talents of original guitarist Michael Monarch, which is saying a lot. Steppenwolf would never attain this height again and it remains the pinnacle of their body of work.