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Dont Push Me - Ted Nugent - Nugent (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Free-For-All is the second studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released in October , by Epic Records. It was his first album to go platinum. Background. As the recording of Free-For-All commenced, rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist Derek St.
  2. “Because I’m Ted Nugent, I’m going to name my last choice as Ted Nugent, the Ted Nugent album. This is the one with Stranglehold, Hey Baby, Motor City Madhouse, You Make Me Feel Right At Home and so many others. “We still perform these songs all over the world. The e-mails that I get from people, telling me that this is their favorite.
  3. Photo credit: Brown Photography. Multi-platinum guitar legend Ted Nugent releases a brand new full-length album – his first in four years – THE MUSIC MADE ME DO IT, out today via Round Hill windfirenilisnilargas.xyzinfo album features Greg Smith (Billy Joel, Alice Cooper, Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow) on bass, Jason Hartless (Joe Lynn Turner, Mitch Ryder) on drums, and the Motor City Madman himself .
  4. A new full-length Ted Nugent album, The Music Made Me Do It, was released Nov. 9 via Round Hill windfirenilisnilargas.xyzinfo effort is Nugent’s first studio album in four years and features Greg Smith (Billy Joel, Alice Cooper, Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow) on bass, Jason Hartless (Joe Lynn Turner, Mitch Ryder) on drums, and Nugent on lead guitar and vocals.
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  6. On the tour supporting the album Ted Nugent came to town, and I couldn't hear out of my right ear for a week. In any case, this was the one great album by Nugent for me, because it still had Derek St. Holmes, singing, and he had a perfect rock voice. But that being said no one rocks electric rock guitar any better than the "Nuge"/5().
  7. The release of Ted Nugent's second self-titled release ushered in a new era for the Motor City Madman. With his relationship with Epic having run its course, the Nuge signed a deal with Atlantic Records. From the album's black-and-white sleeve to a reunion of sorts with the undervalued, underappreciated Derek St. Holmes, Nugent made it evident that for all intensive purposes, this album.
  8. Ted Nugent, his Epic debut, was a typically over-amped affair, with a nod toward his Stones-fed blues roots -- the single "Hey Baby" was basically a rewrite of Jimmy McCracklin's s dance tune "The Walk" -- amid a variety of other attitude-smeared rockers.

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