The Zoo

Album: Animal Magnetism (1980)
Charted: 75


  • This is about the busy night life of New York City - especially around 42nd street.
  • Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden has covered this song.
  • This was used for a bit by pro wrestling company ECW back in the 1990s as the theme song to one of their wrestlers named Bam Bam Bigelow. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Ringgo - Montclair, CA, for all above

Comments: 6

  • Mike from KitchenerWho is that crazy beautiful blond in the cut off Jean shorts
  • Dane from Lima,ohio, FlA killer headphone song.There's so much to hear.The guitar players really shine here.Very heavy.I always thought Animal Magnetism was their best album.
  • Maria from Hawthorne, Cai absolutely love this song to death
    the riff is awesome
  • Don from San Antonio, TxTry this on a compilation tape: The Zoo, Animal Magnetism (song), China White (Blackout).
  • Joe from Lbuquerque, NmFar and away my favorite Scorpions song. That riff is someting that lives in your head and the guitar solos are legendary.
  • Mark from Medicine Hat, CanadaMike Awesome is another dead wrestler.
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