The Music Made Me Do It

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The Music Made Me Do It
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 9, 2018
Genre
Length37:26 [2]
Label Round Hill 19 [2]
Ted Nugent chronology
Shutup & Jam!
(2014)
The Music Made Me Do It
(2018)

The Music Made Me Do It is the fifteenth studio album by American rock guitarist Ted Nugent. [1] [3] [4] It is the first album to feature drummer Jason Hartless.

Contents

Background

Ted Nugent remarked in an October 2018 interview that he thought fans "would like" the albums' content. [1]

The Music Made Me Do It was released on November 9, 2018 through Round Hill 9 records. [2] [5]

Content

Describing the albums' musical style, Ted Nugent proclaimed the record to be "so real rhythm and blues Rock & Roll". [1]

Track listing

All tracks composed by Ted Nugent. [2]

  1. "The Music Made Me Do It"
  2. "Where Ya Gonna Run to Get Away From Yourself"
  3. "Cocked, Locked & Ready to Rock"
  4. "Bigfundirtygroovenoize"
  5. "I Love Ya Too Much Baby"
  6. "Back Strap Fever"
  7. "I Just Wanna Go Huntin"
  8. "Fred Bear"
  9. "Sunrize"
  10. "Sunrize Fender (Fender Bass VI Solo)"

Personnel

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References

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