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Ted Nugent

Motor City Mayhem DVD

Review by Gary Hill

Detroit, the Fourth of July and Ted Nugent – what goes together better than those three things? Not much. Add in that this was the Nuge’s 6,000th concert and that Derek St. Holmes was back onstage with him and it’s about all you can ask for as a Ted Nugent fan. OK, I guess there’s one more thing you could seek – for it to be released on DVD and CD. Guess what? It’s a dream come true!

OK – so, I reviewed the live CD set separately, so I won’t focus on a lot on the performance here. That leaves the DVD set itself. Well, the video and audio or both excellent. You won’t find any complaints there. In fact, I’d say if anyone wants to quibble they might point to the lack of bonus material here. The thing is, for a good deal less than twenty bucks you can add this to your collection and it’s two hours of the Nuge. So, I just don’t think the complaint holds water to be honest. 


This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2009  Volume 4 at lulu.com/strangesound.

 
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