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|Single by Ted Nugent|
|from the album Cat Scratch Fever|
|Genre||Instrumental rock, Hard rock, Heavy metal|
|Ted Nugent singles chronology|
"Home Bound" is an instrumental by Ted Nugent; it is his fifth single. It's the fifth track in his most famous album, Cat Scratch Fever .It was covered by the Beastie Boys and Biz Markie as "The Biz vs the Nuge" on the album Check Your Head in 1992.
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||70|
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