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  1. Steppenwolf es un grupo de rock de los años 1960 y 1970. Formado en California sobre la base de la banda canadiense Sparrow. Famosas fueron sus canciones « Magic Carpet Ride » y « Born to Be Wild » (que apareció en la película de Dennis Hopper Easy Rider de 1968).

  2. Steppenwolf (Español: El Lobo Estepario) fue un supervillano ficticio que aparece en los cómics estadounidenses publicados por DC Comics. El personaje fue creado por Jack Kirby e hizo su primera aparición en New Gods # 7 (febrero de 1972). [ 1 ]

  3. MCA. Spinoff of. The Sparrows. Past members. List. Website. steppenwolf .com. Steppenwolf was a Canadian-American rock band that was prominent from 1968 to 1972. The group was formed in late 1967 [1] [2] in Los Angeles by lead singer John Kay, keyboardist Goldy McJohn, and drummer Jerry Edmonton, all formerly of the Canadian band the ...

  4. Steppenwolf is a New God who is the younger brother of Heggra (Darkseid's mother) and the uncle of Uxas (Darkseid). He is also a member of Darkseid's Elite. He leads the military forces of Apokolips and rides hounds bred for battle. Steppenwolf is one of the earliest survivors of Doomsday, the monster who once killed Superman.

  5. Such Steppenwolf standards as "Born to Be Wild," "Magic Carpet Ride," "Rock Me" and "Monster" stand amongst Rock's most indelible anthems. At last count, the band's worldwide record sales exceed 25 million units. Its songs remain fixtures on classic-rock radio, and have been licensed for use in approximately 50 motion pictures and an even ...

  6. Steppenwolf discography. The discography of Steppenwolf, an American Hard rock band, consists of 13 studio albums, 14 compilation albums, 5 (live albums) 41 singles, and three music videos. The band was formed in 1967 after some members of The Sparrows split. [1]

  7. www.steppenwolf.comSteppenwolf

    Official website of the classic rock pioneers Steppenwolf. Led by John Kay, Steppenwolf's blazing biker anthem "Born to Be Wild" roared out of speakers everywhere in the fiery summer of 1968, John Kay's threatening rasp sounding a mesmerizing call to arms to the counterculture movement rapidly sprouting up nationwide.

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