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|Recorded||February - April 1982 at Pasha Music House, Hollywood, California and March 1982 at A2 Studio, Ann Arbor, Michigan|
|Ted Nugent chronology|
|Singles from Nugent|
Nugent is the seventh studio album by American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent. The album was released in August 1982, by Atlantic Records.
|Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||4/10|
John Frank of AllMusic was dismissive of Nugent, commenting that although the record had "a strong start", things "quickly deteriorate[d]", describing the rest of the album as "mediocre [...] to the just plain awful".
All songs written and arranged by Ted Nugent.
|1.||"No, No, No"||3:39|
|2.||"Bound and Gagged"||4:34|
|5.||"Good and Ready"||4:19|
|7.||"Don't Push Me"||2:34|
|8.||"Can't Stop Me Now"||2:35|
|9.||"We're Gonna Rock Tonight"||3:21|
|1982||Billboard 200 (US)||51|
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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.
Blue Murder is the debut album by the hard rock band Blue Murder, released in 1989. It reached #69 on the Billboard 200 in June 1989.
Second Sighting is a studio album by American hard rock band Frehley's Comet. This is the second and last full-length album released under the band name Frehley's Comet and the third solo release from Ace Frehley overall.
Frehley's Comet is the second solo release by American musician Ace Frehley, former lead guitarist of Kiss. Frehley also named his band after the title of this album, and in this way, it is also considered the self-titled debut album credited to Frehley's Comet, as opposed to a Frehley solo release. It was the first album that Frehley released after leaving Kiss in 1982.
Corridors of Power is the second solo studio album by Irish guitarist Gary Moore, released in 1982.
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, and reached number 13 on the Billboard 200, becoming Nugent's most successful album in the US. It was his last studio album to feature 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.
Live+1 is a 1988 EP by the hard rock band Frehley's Comet. It was meant to serve as a stop-gap until the release of the group's second studio album, Second Sighting. The first four songs were recorded live at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois, on September 4, 1987. The last song, "Words Are Not Enough," is a shorter version of a demo recording the group made in 1985
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.
Don't Tread is the second and last studio album released by the American hard rock supergroup Damn Yankees. It features their second highest charting single, the power ballad "Where You Goin' Now" which peaked at number 20. The album itself reached number 22 in the Billboard 200 album chart.
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.
Penetrator is the eighth studio album by American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent. The album was released in January 1984, by Atlantic Records.
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.
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. It was produced by Mike Lutz from the Brownsville Station rock band, and engineered by Jim Vitti and Mike Lutz.
Boys in Heat is the second album by the American glam metal band Britny Fox, released in 1989. After this album, singer "Dizzy" Dean Davidson left the group and formed the band "Blackeyed Susan". He was replaced by singer Tommy Paris. The album debuted at No. 149 on the Billboard 200 albums chart dated November 25, 1989, and peaked at No. 79 the following week, staying there for 3 weeks. The song "Hair of the Dog" was originally recorded by Nazareth on the album Hair of the Dog (1975).