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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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  • If you are a fan of Only Theatre of Pain you should own this CD. The sound quality isn’t perfect, but thats not the point. You can feel the energy in the music, and thats what counts.

    Posted on March 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This album is amazing. Recorded during the Christian Death reunion show. All original members (well except James Mcgearty) are here,playing mostly Only Theatre of Pain tracks. There is a new track ‘Cry Baby’ which is nice. And Lou Reed’s ‘Kill Your Songs’ and Bowies ‘Some Men/TheOther’ are also nice. This album also sounds great, there aren’t many flaws. In my opinion, this is probably The Best live Christian Death album there is.

    Posted on March 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I have to agree with George Belanger about the problems they had during the recording of the show. Being at the concert seemed like hell with no A/C and little water. This made the fans very restless causing interuptions in the concert itself. So I myself am very impressed with the outcome of the album when it was released. Speaking as a fan and a radio personality who interviewed Rozz many years ago. I can say, I and many others who met Rozz will miss him deeply. It’s a great loss to the world to loose a great man.

    Posted on March 8, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now