|If You Can't Lick 'Em...Lick 'Em|
|Studio album by|
|Studio||Conway Recording Studios, Hollywood, California|
|Producer||Tom Werman, Duane Baron, John Purdell, Ted Nugent|
|Ted Nugent chronology|
|Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||6/10|
If You Can't Lick 'Em...Lick 'Em is the tenth studio album by American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent. The album was released in February 1988, by Atlantic Records and reached No. 112 in the Billboard 200 US chart.It also marks the first album to feature Nugent as the sole lead vocalist after only providing secondary lead vocals on previous albums.
All songs written and arranged by Ted Nugent, except "That's the Story of Love", written by Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora and Ted Nugent.
|1.||"Can't Live with 'Em"||4:19|
|2.||"She Drives Me Crazy"||2:45|
|3.||"If You Can't Lick 'Em...Lick 'Em"||6:10|
|6.||"Spread Your Wings"||5:59|
|7.||"The Harder They Come (The Harder I Get)"||3:39|
|8.||"Separate the Men from the Boys, Please"||3:55|
|9.||"Bite the Hand"||2:58|
|10.||"That's the Story of Love"||3:01|
Cat Scratch Fever is the third studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released on May 13, 1977, by Epic Records. Vocalist Derek St. Holmes, who had left the band during the recording of the album Free-for-All, had come back for touring in 1976 and was again the principle lead singer on this album.
Trouble Walkin' is the fourth full-length solo album released by Ace Frehley. No longer under the band name Frehley's Comet, the album features guest performances by former Kiss drummer Peter Criss, as well as Skid Row members Sebastian Bach, Rachel Bolan and Dave Sabo.
Ted Nugent is the debut studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released in September 1975, by Epic Records. It was released after the disbanding of his former group The Amboy Dukes.
Unusual Heat is the seventh studio album by British-American rock band Foreigner, released on June 14, 1991 by Atlantic Records. Recorded at several different studios across the state of New York and England, and produced by Terry Thomas and Mick Jones, it was the only album with lead singer Johnny Edwards. He replaced original lead singer Lou Gramm after the latter had parted company in 1990. Unusual Heat was the last album to feature bass guitarist Rick Wills, who joined the band in 1979, and drummer Dennis Elliott, who was a founding member.
Steppenwolf 7 is the fifth studio album by Canadian-American rock band Steppenwolf. The album was released in November 1970, by Dunhill Records. It is the first Steppenwolf album with new bass player George Biondo. While the album featured Steppenwolf's trademark rock and roll sounds, none of the songs were able to make the top 40. The album featured a cover of Hoyt Axton's "Snowblind Friend", their second cover of one of his antidrug songs. Along with "Who Needs Ya", it was one of two singles from the album which made the charts, but fell short of the top 40. The album track "Renegade" is autobiographical for lead vocalist John Kay, recounting his flight with his mother from the Soviet occupied part of Germany to the West in 1948. The intro to "Earschplittenloudenboomer" is spoken by Kay partially in German.
The Last Command is the second album by the American heavy metal band W.A.S.P., released in November 9, 1985. The album was produced by Spencer Proffer, who was perhaps best known for producing the six-time Platinum selling album Metal Health by Quiet Riot in 1983. The Last Command is the first W.A.S.P. album to feature the work of drummer Steve Riley and the last album to feature founding member Randy Piper on guitar. The album reached No. 49 on the Billboard 200 album chart in early 1986 and sold over one million copies, their first album to do so.
Home is the second studio album by American alternative metal band Sevendust, released on August 24, 1999 through TVT Records. The album appeared on the Billboard 200, remained there for fourteen weeks and peaked at 19 on September 11, 1999. Home was certified gold on May 18, 2000 through the Recording Industry Association of America. The album features thirteen tracks on the United States release and sixteen tracks on the Japan release, with two tracks featuring artists outside of Sevendust. Three singles were released from the album, two of which appeared on the mainstream and modern Billboard charts.
Weekend Warriors is the fourth studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released in September 1978, by Epic Records.
Little Miss Dangerous is the ninth studio album by American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent. The album was released in March 1986, by Atlantic Records.
Scream Dream is the sixth studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released in June 1980, by Epic Records. A live performance of "Scream Dream" has appeared on the TV show Fridays. The last studio album to feature founding drummer Cliff Davies.
State of Shock is the fifth solo studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released in May 1979, by Epic Records.
Up from the Ashes is a 1990 hard rock album by Don Dokken, best known as the lead singer of Dokken. The sound of the album was similar to Dokken's work with his former band. The album did not quite achieve the commercial success achieved by Dokken, but it did reach the Top 50 on the Billboard 200 album chart in the US. The line-up for this album consisted of Don Dokken performing vocals, John Norum formerly of Europe on lead guitar, Billy White formerly of Watchtower on lead guitar, Peter Baltes formerly of Accept on bass, and Mikkey Dee formerly of King Diamond and pre-Motörhead on drums. The original drummer for the Don Dokken band was Hempo Hildén, formerly in John Norum's band but he was replaced after a few photo sessions and does not play on the album. The music videos for the songs "Stay" and "Mirror Mirror" received airplay on MTV's Headbanger's Ball. "When Love Finds a Fool" was co-written with former Deep Purple and Black Sabbath singer Glenn Hughes, who also provided backing vocals for the song.
Free-For-All is the second studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released in October 1976, by Epic Records. It was his first album to go platinum.
Double Live Gonzo! is a live album by the American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent, released as a double LP in 1978. In addition to live versions of songs from previous albums, this double album also contains original material played live, including: "Yank Me, Crank Me" and "Gonzo". The album has reached 3× Platinum status in the United States.
Intensities in 10 Cities is the second live album by the American guitarist Ted Nugent, released in 1981 and consisting of ten songs recorded during the last ten dates of Nugent's 1980 tour. Nugent played 2 or 3 new songs every night on the tour, and told audiences he was recording them for possible inclusion in a new live album featuring all previously unreleased songs. None of the songs had appeared on any previous Ted Nugent album. Nugent explained at the time that about twenty previously unreleased songs were played at the beginning of the tour, and at the end the best ten were recorded live rather than in the studio later, because they were well-honed from months of performances and had the extra spark of a live setting. It was Ted Nugent's final album for Epic Records and the last album to feature drummer Cliff Davies.
Nugent is the seventh studio album by American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent. The album was released in August 1982, by Atlantic Records.
Penetrator is the eighth studio album by American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent. The album was released in January 1984, by Atlantic Records.
Spirit of the Wild is the eleventh studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released in May 1995, by Atlantic Records. The album was produced by Michael Lutz for M.E. Productions and Ted Nugent, and engineered by Jim Vitti and Lutz.
Down for the Count is the seventh studio album by American hard rock/heavy metal band Y&T, released in 1985 through A&M Records. It contains the band's biggest hit "Summertime Girls", which charted at #55 on the Billboard Hot 100. This song had initially appeared as the lone studio track on the band's live album, Open Fire, released earlier in the year. The album itself peaked at #91 on the Billboard 200 on December, 14 1985. This was the last album to feature the original lineup of Meniketti, Alves, Kennemore and Haze, as Haze would depart the following year.
No Regrets is the fifth studio album by American metal band Dope. The album was released on March 10, 2009. The album debuted at number 88 with 6,200 copies sold in its first week, making it the highest-charted album in the band's history, even though American Apathy sold nearly 3,000 more copies during its first week of release. It remained Dope's highest charting album until Blood Money Part 1 peaked at number 27 in 2016.