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Steppenwolf gained national attention with their hit song "Born to Be Wild," which became an anthem for the counterculture movement of the late 1960s. The song's opening line, "Get your motor running, head out on the highway," became a rallying cry for young people who were seeking adventure and rebellion.
The band followed up "Born to Be Wild" with several other hit songs, including "Magic Carpet Ride," "The Pusher," and "Rock Me." They also released a number of successful albums, including "Steppenwolf" (1968), "The Second" (1968), and "Monster" (1969).
In 1992, Kay reunited with former Steppenwolf members to record a live album, "Born to Be Wild - A Retrospective," which included many of the band's classic songs. Steppenwolf was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.
Steppenwolf's music remains a staple of classic rock radio and has influenced countless musicians in the decades since the band first burst onto the scene.
Steppenwolf's heavy guitar riffs, driving rhythms, and socially conscious lyrics as an inspiration for their own music. Their rebellious image has influenced the development of rock music as a platform for political and social commentary.

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