The Animals' original group got together in 1977 to reunite for an album and tour. The reunion lasted a short time.
The Animals made very little money even though they had some success. They claim was due to theft and mismanagement.
After the last recording by The Animals of Don't Bring Me Down, the group had fallen apart and their business affairs were in shambles.
In 1966 Steel left the band and was replaced by Barry Jenkins. They recorded the cover Don't Bring Me Down written by Goffin-King. This was the last song the group recorded together.
Dave Rowberry replaced Price and the group recorded We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place and It's My Life.
By 1965 The Animals began to slowly fall apart. Price left the band due to personal and musical differences.
The Animals sang many pop covers such as Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood originally done by Nina Simone.
The Animals had a two-year active career. Their music was being managed by Mickie Most.
The Animals had their first hit, House of the Rising Sun in June of 1964.
The Animals first single was Baby Let Me Follow You Down which later was renamed Baby Let Me Take You Home.
The Animals, who were managed by Giorgio Gomelsky, who suggested they to London in 1964.
Eric Burdon joined the Animals in 1962. The Animals were an existing group with moderate success.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne is where The Animals originated from.
The members of the band were Eric Burdon, Alan Price, Hilton Valentine, John Steel and Bryan Chandler.
The Animals appeared on Top of the Pops many times in their early careers.
The Animals appeared on several different TV shows but the one that they appeared on most often was Toast of the Town.
In the film The Glad Rag Ball (1964), The Animals provided the music for the movie.
In the movie Get Yourself a College Girl (1964), The Animals were featured as themselves.
The film It's a Bikini World (1997) featured The Animals as a rock group.
The Animals appeared at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1968.
Clips of The Animals as themselves appeared in the film Ready Steady Go. Vol. 1 in 1983.
The Animals were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994.