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Ted Nugent album for sale by Ted Nugent was released Jun 22, 1999 on the Epic label. Digitally remastered by Vic Anesini (Sony Music Studios, New York, New York). Ted Nugent's self-titled 1975 debut solo release is a bold expression of gonzo guitarist's sound, image, and abundant attitude. Ted Nugent CD music Ted had what was essentially a touring band with Amboy Dukes bassist Rob Grange, fellow Michiganite Derek St. Holmes on vocals and guitar, and Cliff Davies on drums. Ted Nugent CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Ted's Solo Career Starts With A Bang|
Ted Nugent's solo career started with a bang on his self-titled debut album. Blending the influences of Led Zeppelin, Mountain, The Stones, Grand Funk Railroad, Mitch Ryder, The Allman Brothers Band, Chuck Berry, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Free, and Humble Pie, among others, the Motor City Madman created a style all his own. This album, the followups to 1982, and his work from 1995 on are a testament to the creative benefits of sobriety.
By Adam (Suffern NY USA)
||No lead Ted!|
If you want to hear a Gibson punished the way it is meant to be, then this album is for you. I've worn out many old tapes with the replaying of 'Stranglehold", 'Motor City Madhouse' and 'Queen of the Forest'! The words, Ted's maniacal guitar playing, and the drums puts me in the mood the second I hear that Gibson wake up! This album is still the pinnacle of the Nuge's Detroit days! Ted, you the man!
By Ken (Higgins Lk,Mi)
|out of amboy and rockin harder|
this was teds first post amboy dukes album and boy it shows, he was really wailing out at this time and what a powerful album this was, from this record in 75 to weekend warriors in 78 was the pinnacle of teds carrere, great remastering and liner nots as well as bonus cuts, now lets do the amboy dukes stuff the right way and get that out to us old rockers!!!!!!!
By SAXONMAN (hicksville new york)
||This Is Right Before It Hit The Fan|
What a statement by an emerging atrist who would not be denied! Takes all kinds of balls to open an album with a long slow blues number ("Stranglehold"). Marred only slightly by Tom Werman's thin production (no bottom end; damn shame since Rob Grange was a fine bass player)and one inexplicable track ("You Make Me Feel Right At Home"), this is as in-your-face as a solo debut should be. Highlights: "Stranglehold", "Hey Baby", "Just What The Doctor Ordered", and the neck-snapping "Motor City Madhouse" (the guitar solo that closes "Madhouse" is my all-time favorite Nugent solo; it sounds like a truckload of bowling balls rolling down the stairs of the Empire State building, and that's a good thing).
By a reviewer (Portland OR)
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|CD Universe Part number||1089126|
|Release Date||Jun 22, 1999|
|Recording Time||38 minutes|