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Shane’s Rock Challenge: TED NUGENT – 1976 – Free For All

| 5 April 2014 | Reply

Shane’s Music Challenge: TED NUGENT – 1976 – Free For All

Ted Nugent - Free For All cover

The Motor City Madman shot a flaming arrow through a platinum hoop with his second solo album Free For All, selling over 2 million copies in the USA alone.

Behind the scenes, though, things were a bit more shaky. Vocalist/rhythm guitarist Derek St Holmes left during recording and only sings on three of the ten tracks, with a then-unknown Meatloaf coming in from the bench for four.

Nugent is a guitar abusing dynamo throughout – Free-For-All, Dog Eat Dog, Street Rats, I Love You So I Told You A Lie. The bonus tracks, a few live offerings from the album, further cement his rep as a motormouth from the Motor City.

By Shane Pinnegar

Category: Shane's Rock Challenge

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