Full Bluntal Nugity

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Full Bluntal Nugity
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Live album by
ReleasedJune 5, 2001
RecordedDecember 31, 2000
VenueWhiplash Bash, Detroit, Michigan
Genre Hard rock
Length67:54
Label Spitfire
Producer Ted Nugent, Drew Peters, Chris Peters
Ted Nugent chronology
Live at Hammersmith '79
(1997)
Full Bluntal Nugity
(2001)
Craveman
(2002)
Full Bluntal Nugity
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Released25 March 2003
RecordedDecember 31, 2000
VenueWhiplash Bash, Detroit, Michigan
Genre Hard rock
Length175 min.
Label Eagle Rock Entertainment
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Full Bluntal Nugity is a live album by the American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent, recorded on New Year's Eve (12/31/2000) at Ted Nugent's annual Whiplash Bash in Detroit, MI. A live DVD with the same title was released in 2003 by Eagle Rock Entertainment.

Contents

CD Track listing

  1. "KLSTRPHK" (instrumental) – 3:59
  2. "Paralyzed" – 4:27
  3. "Snakeskin Cowboys" – 5:58
  4. "Wang Dang Sweet Poontang" – 6:43
  5. "Free-for-All" – 4:10
  6. "Yank Me, Crank Me" – 2:43
  7. "Hey Baby" – 4:12
  8. "Fred Bear" (acoustic) – 8:11
  9. "Cat Scratch Fever" – 5:26
  10. "Stranglehold" – 9:47
  11. "Great White Buffalo" – 5:20
  12. "Motor City Madhouse" – 6:58

DVD Track Listing

Main Program

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Great Nuge Buffalo"*
  3. "Paralyzed"
  4. "Stormtroopin'"
  5. "Nuzenoizcheck"**
  6. "Snakeskin Cowboyz"
  7. "Nuge Gear Abuse"**
  8. "Free For All"
  9. "Hey Baby"
  10. "Nugeradio"**
  11. "Wang, Dang, Sweet Poontang"
  12. "Nuge Manager-Doug Banker and Supansa Wedding"**
  13. "Kiss My Ass"
  14. "Full Uzinage"**
  15. "Yank Me, Crank Me"
  16. "Spirit W/ Garlic, Butter & Gutpiles"**
  17. "Dog Eat Dog"
  18. "Cat Scratch Fever"
  19. "Derek St. Holmes La Jam"**
  20. "Stranglehold"
  21. "Motor City Madhouse"
  22. "Buffalo Entrance II"*
  23. "Fred Bear"
  24. "Outro/Credits"
  25. "tednugent.com"

Bonus Features

  1. Interactive Ted Nugent Commentary
  2. "Journey To The Center Of The Mind" bonus 1967 performance
  3. 5 vintage performances of "Free For All", "Wang, Dang, Sweet Poontang", "Cat Scratch Fever", "Motor City Madhouse", and "Fred Bear" from various tours from 1978, 1980, and 2000
  4. "Crave" music video
  5. Ted Nugent Discography
  6. tednugent.com video links

Personnel

Band members
Production

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References

  1. Zupp, Adrian. "Ted Nugent - Full Bluntal Nugity review". AllMusic . Rovi Corporation . Retrieved 2012-02-26.
  2. Wall, Mick (November 2009). "Ted Nugent - Reissues". Classic Rock . No. 138. p. 98.