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Classic Album Review: Ted Nugent | Full Bluntal Nugity

The redeck guitar hero's fourth live album has plenty of hits and none of the racism.

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This came out in 2001 – or at least that’s when I got it. Here’s what I said about it back then (with some minor editing):

 


Ted Nugent is not going to go away quietly.

Hell, this loud-mouthed blue-collar redneck isn’t going to go away at all. So you might as well give in and buy his fourth live album Full Bluntal Nugity. After all, it’s not so bad — this live set taped last New Year’s Eve in his Michigan stomping grounds is heavy on classic ’70s air-guitar favourites like Snakeskin Cowboys, Free For All, Hey Baby, Cat Scratch Fever, Stranglehold and Motorcity Madhouse. Even better, it’s light on the racist rhetoric old Ted usually laces his live show with. And if that ain’t enough to entice you, how about this? The more solo albums he sells, the less chance there is of a Damn Yankees reunion.