Ultimate Ted Nugent

The Ultimate Ted Nugent

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by Ted Nugent
     
 
The gonzo guitarist is at his double-barrelled best on this two-CD set of classic material. Stretching from his boogie breakout "Free-For-All" to the '70s FM radio staples "Wango Tango" and "Paralyzed," The Ultimate Ted Nugent compresses a full summer at Uncle Ted's survival camp into a handy package for the rest of us weekend warriors.

Overview

The gonzo guitarist is at his double-barrelled best on this two-CD set of classic material. Stretching from his boogie breakout "Free-For-All" to the '70s FM radio staples "Wango Tango" and "Paralyzed," The Ultimate Ted Nugent compresses a full summer at Uncle Ted's survival camp into a handy package for the rest of us weekend warriors.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/26/2002
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0696998644922
catalogNumber:
86449
Rank:
68749

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Strangleland
  2. Stormtroopin'
  3. Hey Baby
  4. Just What the Doctor Ordered
  5. Snakeskin Cowboys
  6. Motor City Madhouse
  7. Where Have You Been All My Life
  8. Free-For-All
  9. Dog Eat Dog
  10. Writing on the Wall
  11. Turn It Up
  12. Street Rats
  13. Hammerdown
  14. Cat Scratch Fever
  15. Wang Dang Sweet Poontang
  16. Death by Misadventure

Disc 2

  1. Out of Control
  2. Live It Up
  3. Homebound
  4. Need You Bad
  5. Weekend Warriors
  6. Smokescreen
  7. Paralyzed
  8. Take It or Leave It
  9. State of Shock
  10. Snake Charmer
  11. Wango Tango
  12. Scream Dream
  13. Jailbait
  14. Yank Me Crank Me
  15. The Flying Lip Lock
  16. Baby, Please Don't Go

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a really good beginner's guide to all that is great about Ted Nugent. If you are interested in finding out about Ted's music, skip &quot Great Gonzos&quot and get this. For those who have most/all of the classic albums from '75-'81, this is unnecessary. The problem is the first disc is taken entirely from 3 albums, and so are the frst three songs of disc 2. Songs such as the live versions of &quot Great White Buffalo&quot and &quot Gonzo&quot , &quot Terminus Eldorado&quot , or any other numbers from 'Intensities in 10 Cities' could have been used. But again: if this is simply your introduction to Nugent, it is a fine place to start.