The Animals song "We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place" covered by

"We Gotta Get out of This Place", occasionally written "We've Gotta Get out of This Place", is a rock song written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil and recorded as a 1965 hit single by The Animals. It has become an iconic song of its type and was immensely popular among United States Armed Forces during the Vietnam War. In 2004 it was ranked number 233 on Rolling Stone's The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time list; it is also in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll list. -- Wikipedia

The Animals song We've Gotta Get Out of This Place was covered by ...

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  • Al Caiola covered the song on his 1965 album "Tuff Guitar English Style".
  • The Ad-Libs covered it on the 1966 compilation "Beat Party in Stereo #1".
  • The Corsaires covered it on the 1966 compilation "Top Pop Song Hits Vol 2".
  • The Cryan' Shames covered it on their 1966 album "Sugar & Spice".
  • The Hitmakers covered it on the 1966 compilation "Hit House Festival".
  • I Delfini covered it in Italian as "C'è un posto migliore per noi" on their 1966 single "Il mio dolore".
  • I Camaleonti covered it in Italian as "Io lavoro" on their 1966 single "I capelloni".
  • I ragazzi del sole covered it (in English) on their 1966 eponymous album.
  • The Partridge Family covered it on their 1972 album "The Partridge Family Notebook".
  • Claire Hamill covered it on her 1974 album "Stage Door Johnnies".
  • Leslie West covered it on his 1975 album "The Leslie West Band".
  • Blue Öyster Cult covered it on their 1978 album "Some Enchanted Evening".
  • Steve Bender covered it on his 1978 album "We've Gotta Get Out of This Place".
  • Austrian singer Gilla covered it on her 1979 single "We Gotta Get Out of This Place".
  • Udo Lindenberg covered it on his 1979 double album "Livehaftig".
  • Angelic Upstarts covered it on their 1980 album "We Gotta Get Out of This Place".
  • Grand Funk Railroad covered it on their 1981 album "Grand Funk Lives".
  • David Johansen covered it on his 1982 single "The Animals' Medley".
  • Fear covered it on their 1982 album "The Record".
  • The Rising Storm covered it on their 1982 album "Alive Again at Andover".
  • The Apollos covered it on their 1985 album "The Battle of the Bands With The Apollos Live, 1966 - Round 2".
  • Little Bob Story covered it on their 1985 album "Wanderers...Followers...Lovers".
  • Australian rock band The Angels covered it on their 1986 single "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place".
  • The Purple Helmets covered it on their 1988 album "The Purple Helmets Ride Again".
  • Feedtime covered it on their 1988 album "Cooper-S".
  • Jello Biafra with D.O.A. covered it on their 1988 album "Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors".
  • Richard Thompson covered it on the 1988 bootleg "1988-11-11: Bottom Line, New York, US".
  • The Belsonic Sound covered it on their 1989 single "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place".
  • Katrina And The Waves with Eric Burdon covered it on their 1990 single "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place".
  • Randy Stonehill covered it live in 1990 for the "Amos n' Randy" reunion concert at Cornerstone 90.
  • Bon Jovi covered it on their 1993 album "An Evening With Bon Jovi".
  • Midnight Oil covered it for for MTV Unplugged in 1993.
  • Finnish rock band Greenhouse AC covered it on the 1994 compilation "Idioottikeskosia Vol.2".
  • Oxford Circle covered it on their 1997 album "Live at the Avalon 1966".
  • The Eric Burdon Brian Auger Band covered it on their 1998 album "Access All Areas Live".
  • British band Space covered it on their 1998 single "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place".
  • The Spiders covered it on their 1998 album "100 Years from Meiji".
  • Barry Mann (with Bryan Adams) covered it on his 2000 album "Soul & Inspiration".
  • Popa Chubby covered it on his 2001 album "Flashed Back".
  • Scotty Anderson covered it on his 2003 album "Classic Scotty".
  • Overkil covered it on a bonus track of the Japanese version of the 2000 album "Bloodletting".
  • Widespread Panic covered it on their 2005 digital release "Asheville Civic Center Asheville, NC - May 07, 2005".
  • Ann Wilson with Wynonna Judd covered it on their 2007 album "Hope & Glory".
  • Slowfeet covered it on their 2007 album "Elephant Memory".
  • Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes covered it in concerts in the 2000s
  • Alice Cooper covered it live at London's 100 Club in 2011.
  • Gardens & Villa covered it in 2012 and released it as a promo mp3 here: app.box.com/s/u4hvblyccatzj3m1eng1
  • Bruce Springsteen (performed only a handful of times in his career, but acknowledged by him as one of his primary influences in the 1970s)

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