Planet of the Wolves

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Planet of the Wolves
Guitar Wolf - Planet Of The Wolves.jpg
Studio album by Guitar Wolf
Released Japan, September 21, 1997
US, October 21, 1997
Recorded 1996–1997
Genre Garage punk, noise punk, blues punk
Length 37:04
Label Ki/oon Music (Japan)
KSC2 190
Matador Records (US)
Ole 248-2
Producer Guitar Wolf
Guitar Wolf chronology
Missile Me!
(1995)Missile Me!1995
Planet of the Wolves
Jet Generation
(1999)Jet Generation1999

Planet of the Wolves is the third studio album by the Japanese rock band Guitar Wolf. It was released in Japan on September 21, 1997, then in the US on October 21, 1997. It features covers of The Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," Link Wray's "Rumble," Milan the Leather Boy's "Motor Cycle Leather Boy", and Teengenerate's "Let's Get Hurt."

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Guitar Wolf, except where indicated.

  1. "Kawasaki ZII750 Rock N' Roll" - 2:01
  2. "Planet of the Wolves" - 2:34
  3. "Invader Ace" - 3:19
  4. "Motor Cycle Leather Boy" (Milan) - 2:22
  5. "Far East Man" - 2:30
  6. "Wild Zero" - 3:46
  7. "Planet Heart" - 2:42
  8. "Energy Joe" - 1:44
  9. "Jett Love" - 2:01
  10. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (Jagger, Richards) - 3:32
  11. "Kung Fu Ramone's Passion" - 1:51
  12. "Let's Get Hurt" (Teengenerate) - 2:53
  13. "All Through The Night Buttobase!!" (translation: Roaring All Through The Night!!) - 1:58
  14. "Rumble" - (Grant, Wray) - 3:34
  15. "Red Rockabilly" - 3:38 (Bonus on Japanese edition)


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
City Pages Positive link

Allmusic praised the record for its energy, describing "vocal and musical delivery that makes perfect sense from the land of the Boredoms," as well as the band's "frenetic" rhythm section and frontman Seiji's distinctive vocal and guitar style.[1] City Pages lauded the album for its "repellent fervor," but cited the slower numbers, such as "Planet Heart" and a mostly faithful cover of "I Can't Get No Satisfaction," as potential drawbacks.[2]

In a list that appeared in the September 2007 issue of Rolling Stone's local Japanese edition, Planet Of The Wolves was ranked 51st on a list of the "100 Greatest Japanese Rock Albums".[3]


  • Guitar Wolf - Main Performer
  • Seiji - Guitar, vocals
  • Billy - Bass
  • Toru - Drums


  1. ^ "Raggett, Ned. Review: Planet Of The Wolves - Guitar Wolf". Allmusic. Retrieved 2011-06-22. 
  2. ^ "Binelli, Mack. Review: Guitar Wolf: Planet of the Wolves". City Pages. Archived from the original on 2012-07-22. Retrieved 2011-06-22. 
  3. ^ "100 Greatest Japanese Rock Albums". Rolling Stone Japan via Néojaponisme. Retrieved 2011-06-23.