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Ted Nugent
CD Reviews
Full Bluntal Nugity
Review by Gary Hill
Recorded live in Detroit on New Years Eve 2000-2001, this is all out gonzo Nugent. There is no great risk being taken here with much of this material being straight up classic Ted.
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If You Can't Lick 'Em...Lick 'Em
Review by Gary Hill
Another in a series of Ted Nugent reissues, this period of the Nuge’s career seemed to find him struggling with his musical identity.
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Little Miss Dangerous
Review by Gary Hill
Ted Nugent really shines when he does what he does best – straight ahead hard rock.
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Love Grenade
Review by Greg Olma
What can you say about Ted Nugent that hasn’t already been said? I have followed his career since Double Live Gonzo and rarely has he disappointed.
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Motor City Mayhem
Review by Gary Hill
Ted Nugent – love him or hate him you have to agree that he is at his best in the live performance venue. 

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Nugent
Review by Gary Hill
As Ted Nugent albums go this is pretty average. That said, an average Nugent album is still pretty darned good.
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Penetrator
Review by Gary Hill
This disc seems to find Ted Nugent in the middle of identity crisis. Originally released in the 1980’s, it’s one of a series of newly reissued albums.
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Spirit of the Wild
Review by Gary Hill
I like this CD a lot. It’s got a lot of classic Ted Nugent sound, but there’s some chances to stretch out a bit, too.
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Sweden Rocks
Review by Gary Hill
Whatever you think of Ted Nugent, the man has produced some of the most recognizable guitar solos in the world.
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DVD Reviews
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.
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Ted Nugent - Sweden Rocks DVD
Review by Gary Hill
As someone who has seen the Nuge live a few times in my life, I can testify that he delivers on the rock and roll promise.
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