FULL BLUNTAL NUGITY is Ted Nugent’s third great live album. It contains several of his most identifiable standards including “Hey Baby”, “Cat Scratch Fever”, and his personal “Free Bird”/”Green Grass And High Tides”-type extended rocker, “Stranglehold.” The opener, “KLSTRPHK”, is lame, but that’s hardly an issue, as the rest of the material shows Terrible Ted rocking as hard in 2000 as he did in 1975.
The Motor City Madman has always been known for his legendary concert performances. Ted returns with his new live album, Full Bluntal Nudity, recorded during his New Year’s Eve 2001 performance at the Palace, Auburn Hills Michigan. Featured on the album is Tommy Aldridge on drums and Marco Mendoza on bass. Full Bluntal Nudity contains the best of the best from the Nuge, complete with his trademark ripping guitar solos and wild-man stage persona. Tracks include Wang Dang Sweet Poon Tang, Yank Me Crank Me, Free For All and more. 12 tracks of motor city madness recorded 100% live. No overdubs. 2001 release. Great price!
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Take a white kid. Give him dead deer. Give him a Gibson. Dont give him synthetic high’s. Give him a really loud voice. Say hello to Ted.This album is so stinking intence i got goose bumps more than once. This album catches the Nugent attitude, philosophy and madness on cd….almost as well as a live concert. As a guitar player I say this is an amazing album. Ted plays rhythem, lead, and sings, plus he (even though you can’t see it) flyies around stage like a maniac. The playing is flawless. I weep inside because I know i can never do what he does. My big problem with the CD (which I bet none of you care about). WHY DOES MENDOZA USE A PHASER ON STRANGLEHOLD???? It sounds dumb. real dumb.
I have been a Nuge fan forever, I have seen alot of Teds concerts over the years and he just keeps getting better and better. If you love Ted you must get this CD, Its the best live work I have heard from the motor city madman. If you liked double live gonzo, Hammersmith, this one puts them to shame. This CD kept me up all night and let me tell you Nuge fans Im still rockin to it right NOW…
I don’t have a lot to say about this CD, except that it rocks. Ted’s politics drive me crazy, but I heard a few tracks from this CD and had to own it. Great guitar tones and rock attitude. The guy can still deliver the rock.A very pure live rock album. Ted fans should eat this up, newbies might want to start with this one — he revisits many of his best tunes with tremendous evergy.Well recorded, too.
First let me take issue with Richard P Mayhew’s review. If you think that the f-word was used only once on DOUBLE LIVE GONZO, you’d better go dust it off and listen to it again. Additionally, I let a friend at work listen to FULL BLUNTAL NUGITY and he immediately asked the question “is Sammy Hagar with Ted?” He heard Sammy, and so did I. Hearing Van Halen, well that’s another thing. And by-the-way, my friend went and purchased his own copy after listening to only about half of mine. How’s that for word-of-mouth or sound-to-ear advertising?Terrible Ted jams, period. All of his stuff is great. STRANGLEHOLD has always been my favorite Nugent song. “Here I come again now baby, like a dog in heat”. And I’ve never heard this song sound as good as it does here. “…See how simple this s-word is…”ALL THE SONG’S HERE ARE TIGHT AND A FRESH PRESENTATION OF SOME OLD CLASSICS. Worth the price for FRED BEAR alone.TED’S THE MAN! KEEP ROCKIN’