- Awesome Music: "Born To Be Wild" is the first song in Leningrad Cowboys Go America that proves to be successful for the Cowboys.
- Funny Moments:
- The Leningrad Cowboys singing "Sweet Home Alabama" with the Alexandrov Ensemble (AKA the Red Army Choir) — as a mash-up with the Volga Boatmen song.
- Even crazier is their version of "Gimme All Your Lovin'", which has snippets from the Soviet national anthem (played on an accordion!), the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's Messiah, and other silliness. You may never take this ZZ Top standard seriously again.
- Even crazier: their rendition of Barry Ryan's "Eloise", played together with Apocalyptica (the number of crazy Finns on one and the same stage went critical that day). Yes, it includes "Herzilein" by the Wildecker Herzbuben.
- Their first attempt at rock & roll in Leningrad Cowboys Go America.
- Germans Love David Hasselhoff: In-Universe, Mexicans love that wacky Russian folk band that tried to be an American rock & roll band (actually played by a former Finnish punk band).
- Then again, Germans do love the Leningrad Cowboys.
YMMV / Leningrad Cowboys