|"Ride the Wind"|
|Single by Poison|
|from the album Flesh and Blood|
|Released||January 21, 1991|
|Songwriter(s)||Bret Michaels, Rikki Rockett, Bobby Dall, C.C. DeVille|
|Poison singles chronology|
"Ride the Wind" is a song by American glam metal band Poison. It was the third single from the group's 1990 studio album Flesh & Blood , released on Capitol.
The track is one of several that reflects ensemble's maturing songwriting of the time. It has been described as one of Poison's best songs. The lyrics are similar to those found in Western music.
"Ride the Wind" reached number 25 on the mainstream rock charts and the 38 position on the Billboard Hot 100.
The music video for the song consists of footage from the Poison's Flesh & Blood tour. It features sequences of the band performing onstage, as well as backstage scenes and shots of the audiences (especially of female fans).
"Ride the Wind" appears on the following albums:
|Canada Top Singles (RPM)||31|
|US Billboard Hot 100||38|
|US Mainstream Rock ( Billboard )||25|
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