Feed the Fire – Steppenwolf – 1996



Album Feed the Fire by the band Steppenwolf
Album Feed the Fire by the band Steppenwolf

Feed the Fire is the fourteenth studio album by the Canadian-American rock band Steppenwolf, released in 1996. The album marked the return of original vocalist John Kay after a decade of hiatus, and featured a mix of new songs and re-recorded classics from the band’s early years.

The album received mixed reviews from critics, who praised Kay’s voice and the band’s energy, but criticized the lack of originality and innovation. The album did not chart in the US or Canada, but sold well in Europe, where the band toured extensively. The album’s title track, “Feed the Fire”, was released as a single and became a minor hit in Germany and Switzerland.

Feed the Fire is considered to be one of Steppenwolf’s most underrated albums. It is praised for its hard rock sound, its songwriting, and the performances of Kay and the band. The album is still highly regarded by fans and critics today.

The personnel of the album Feed the Fire by Steppenwolf in 1996 were:

  • John Kay – lead vocals, guitar, producer
  • Michael Wilk – keyboards, bass, vocals, producer
  • Rocket Ritchotte – guitar, vocals
  • Danny Johnson – guitar, mandolin, vocals
  • Ron Hurst – drums, vocals
  • Kathy Burdick – harmony vocals on track 10
  • Ritchie Raposa – backing vocals

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