Someone gave it to my wife in the 1970s. We only played it once for my son when he was a teenager to give him a taste of Mormon Kitch. I still cringe when I think about taking a girl to see this faith promoting musical the summer I graduated from high school. Her father was a mission president, the next year when I was on my mission to the Arctic heathens, she rebelled against her father (who was an a$$hole*) and married a black football player; she's now an education executive in a NonMo state and she posts pics on facebook drinking craft beers with her sons. So I don't think we ended up being the Saturday's Warriors we were destined to be.
* there is a regular poster here who fairly often posts about his interactions with her father, the Mission President. I can vouch that her dad was one of the biggest douches I have ever known.
Riders on the Storm by the Doors, whatever album it is on.
My brother played The Doors every morning when we'd get ready for school. He was already rebelling. He was the first to leave. I "knew" it was bad music, but I have ALWAYS loved The Doors. (In fact, I just bought him a Riders on the Storm t-shirt for his birthday).
I never thought I'd love "Highway to Hell," but my boyfriend's favorte band is AC/DC. We went to the billy Joel concert last November and he had one of his crew sing Highway to Hell. It was amazing and hilarious, too.