Steppenwolf 7 is an album released by the band in 1970, and their fifth studio recording for Dunhill Records. It is the first Steppenwolf album with new bass player George Biondo. While the album featured Steppenwolf's trademark rock and roll sounds, none of the songs were able to make the Top 40. The album featured a classic cover of Hoyt Axton's "Snowblind Friend", their second cover of one of his anti-drug songs (the first being the famous "The Pusher"). Other tracks such as "Who Needs Ya," "Renegade," and "Hippo Stomp" stand out as often-mentioned additions to their catalog. George Biondo - Bass, Vocals, Larry Byrom - Guitar, Vocals, Goldy McJohn - Keyboards, John Kay - Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica and Jerry Edmonton - Drums.
01 - Forty Days And Forty Nights 02 - Fat Jack 03 - Renegade 04 - Foggy Mental Breakdown 05 - Snowblind Friend 06 - Who Needs Ya 07 - Hippo Stomp