Easy Rider

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Album Information:
Title: Easy Rider
Artist: various artists
Year: 2003
Type: official release
sampler album

This 3-CD compliation album, released on the Delta label in Germany, includes Gentle Giant's The Runaway. (Thanks to Jörg Weinert!)


  1. Greg Lake: Parisienne walkways
  2. Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Tiger in a spotlight
  3. Renaissance: Midas man
  4. Kingfish: Mystery train
  5. Uriah Heep: Roll over Beethoven/Blue suede shoes/Hound dog/At the hop
  6. Humble Pie: Thirty days in the hole
  7. Uriah Heep: Seven stars
  8. Robert Gordon: Fire
  9. Motörhead: Another perfect day
  10. The Romantics: Talkin' in your sleep
  11. Blackfoot: Rattlesnake rock'n'roller
  12. Kingfish: Battle of New Orleans
  13. Black Oak Arkansas: Jim Dandy
  14. Girlschool: Hit and run
  15. Renaissance: Dream maker
  16. Iggy Pop: Easy rider
  17. Iggy Pop: Power and freedom
  18. Steve Forbert: School girl
  19. Romantics: Rock you up
  20. Tony Caldwell: Trouble in dixie
  21. Humble Pie: Up your sleeve
  22. Foghat: Eight days on the road
  23. GTR feat. Steve Howe & Steve Hackett: Roundabout
  24. Motörhead: Shine
  25. Uriah Heep: Easy livin'
  26. Greg Lake: Love you too much
  27. GTR feat. Steve Howe & Steve Hackett: Here I wait
  28. Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Peter Gunn theme
  29. America: I need you
  30. Robert Gordon: Black slacks
  31. Girlschool: I like it like that
  32. Renaissance: America
  33. The Dixie Dregs: Take it of the top
  34. Gentle Giant: The Runaway
  35. Rick Wakeman: The forest
  36. Gary Moore: Nuclear attack
  37. GTR: The hunter
  38. Renaissance: Carpet of the sun
  39. Foghat: I just want to make love to you
  40. Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Lucky man
  41. Humble Pie: Hot'n'nasty
  42. America: A horse with no name
  43. Steve Forbert: Goin' down to Laurel
  44. Canned Heat: Goin' up the country
  45. Greg Lake: Twenty first century schizoid man
  46. Romantics: I'm hip
  47. Rick Wakeman: Lancelot and the black knight
  48. John Butcher: Higher ground