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Ted Nugent's sophomore release for Atlantic makes a classic case in point for an artist trying to catch up to the times. On Penetrator, the Nuge enlisted two-thirds of Billy Squier's backup band, which at one time included longtime Squier keyboard player Alan St. John and veteran drummer Bobby Chouinard. Nugent also hired future Bad Company frontman Brian Howe to handle vocal duties along with Doors bassist Doug Lubahn. Together, this odd mix of arena rockers would enter New York's Power Station to cut basic tracks for what would emerge to be Nugent's Penetrator. The album clearly emulates the production of Billy Squier's '80s albums. The rhythm tracks are virtual ...
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All Music Guide - John Franck
Ted Nugent's sophomore release for Atlantic makes a classic case in point for an artist trying to catch up to the times. On Penetrator, the Nuge enlisted two-thirds of Billy Squier's backup band, which at one time included longtime Squier keyboard player Alan St. John and veteran drummer Bobby Chouinard. Nugent also hired future Bad Company frontman Brian Howe to handle vocal duties along with Doors bassist Doug Lubahn. Together, this odd mix of arena rockers would enter New York's Power Station to cut basic tracks for what would emerge to be Nugent's Penetrator. The album clearly emulates the production of Billy Squier's '80s albums. The rhythm tracks are virtual blueprints for Squier's Emotions in Motion and Signs of Life, which, ironically, was released the same year as Penetrator. Includes "Tied Up in Love," "Knockin' at Your Door," "Thunder Thighs," "Lean Mean R&R Machine," and the melancholic ballad "Take Me Home." Curiously, the ensuing tour would see Nugent playing mid-sized theaters with vocalist Brian Howe once again at the helm. In a live setting, these songs minus the studio mucky muck would fit neatly into a set that highlighted Nugent's past hits.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/3/2009
  • Label: Eagle Records
  • UPC: 826992013329
  • Catalog Number: 20133

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ted Nugent Primary Artist, Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Bass Guitar, Vocals, 6-string bass
Bobby Chouinard Drums
Zoe Fox Background Vocals
Tod Howarth Background Vocals
Brian Howe Vocals
Alan St. Jon Keyboards, Background Vocals
Doug Lubahn Bass
Rahni Raines Background Vocals
Cynthia Shiloh Background Vocals
Kevin Russell Background Vocals
Peter Wolf Percussion
Technical Credits
Ted Nugent Composer, Liner Notes
Ashley Howe Producer, Engineer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Bill Scheniman Engineer
Peter Tsakiris Art Direction
Kevin Eddy Engineer
Boris Vallejo Cover Design, Cover Art
Ross Marino Tray Photo
Doug Banker Executive Producer, Management
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