Shutup & Jam!

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Shutup & Jam!
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Studio album by
Released8 July 2014
Recorded2014
Length46:58
Label Frontiers
Ted Nugent chronology
Motor City Mayhem
(2009)
Shutup & Jam!
(2014)
The Music Made Me Do It
(2018)

Shutup & Jam! is the 14th studio album by American guitarist and singer Ted Nugent. The album was released on 7 July 2014 in the United Kingdom and 8 July 2014 in the United States. It features a guest appearance by Sammy Hagar on the song "She's Gone", [1] and is his first studio album since 2007's Love Grenade . [2] The album was released on CD, red 12 inch vinyl, as well as digital download. [3] This is the last album to feature drummer Mick Brown.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Shutup&Jam!"
  2. "Fear Itself"
  3. "Everything Matters"
  4. "She's Gone (feat. Sammy Hagar)"
  5. "Never Stop Believing"
  6. "I Still Believe"
  7. "I Love My BBQ"
  8. "Throttledown"
  9. "Do-Rags and a .45"
  10. "Screaming Eagles"
  11. "Semper Fi"
  12. "Trample the Weak Hurdle the Dead"
  13. "Never Stop Believing (Blues)"

Personnel

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References

  1. Clark, William (22 May 2014). "Ted Nugent Pencils Release Date For 'ShutUp&Jam!'". Music Enthusiast Magazine. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  2. Giles, Jeff (2 April 2014). "Ted Nugent Announces New Album, Summer Tour". Ultimate Classic Rock. Retrieved 9 June 2014.
  3. http://www.discogs.com/Ted-Nugent-Shutupjam/master/721062