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  • Double Live Gonzo Double Live Gonzo Quick View

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    Double Live Gonzo

    Ted Nugents untameable energy is best transmitted live on stage; Double Live Gonzo! (1978) achieves this like no other. He shouts, grunts and squeals, while his guitar does the same. Pure pyrotechnics on 6 strings! His hit "Cat Scratch Fever" gets the live treatment, as does "Great White Bualo". "Just What The Doctor Ordered" is indeed exactly what the doctor ordered: if you ever find yourself in need of getting your Rawk & Roll x quick, look no further than Double Live Gonzo! Play it loud.
    LP1
    1. Just What The Doctor Ordered
    2. Yank Me Crank Me
    3. Gonzo
    4. Baby, Please Don't Go
    5. Great White Bualo
    6. Hibernation


    LP2
    1. Stormtroopin'
    2. Stranglehold
    3. Wang Dang Sweet Poontang
    4. Cat Scratch Fever
    5. Motor City Madhouse

    Ted Nugent
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Ted Nugent Ted Nugent Quick View

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    Ted Nugent

    After disintegrating the Amboy Dukes in the early '70s, Ted Nugent finally decided to strike out on his own as a solo star. Even without a recording contract, Nugent toured constantly, built up a fervent following, and created a smoking hard rock quartet with the help of singer/guitarist Derek St. Holmes, bassist Rob Grange, and drummer Cliff Davies. The band's first release, 1975's Ted Nugent, is a prime slice of testosterone-heavy, raging, unapologetic rock & roll, and along with the band's 1977 release Cat Scratch Fever, it is Nugent's best solo studio album. While the grinding opening track, Stranglehold, stretches beyond eight minutes and contains several extended, fiery-hot guitar leads, it does not come off as your typical '70s overindulgent fare -- every single note counts, as Nugent wails away as if his life depended on it. Other Nuge classics include Motor City Madhouse, plus the St. Holmes-sung Hey Baby and Just What the Doctor Ordered, all eventually becoming arena staples and making the band one of the late-'70s top concert draws. Additional highlights are the unexpected breezy jazz ballad You Make Me Feel Right at Home, plus the untamed rockers Stormtroopin' and Queen of the Forest. Nugent himself hails Ted Nugent as his best work, and with good reason. It's an essential hard rock classic.

    -All Music Guide
    1. Stranglehold
    2. Stormtroopin'
    3. Hey Baby
    4. Just What the Doctor Ordered
    5. Snakeskin Cowboys
    6. Motor City Madhouse
    7. Where Have You Been All My Life
    8. You Make Me Feel Right at Home
    9. Queen of the Forest
    10. Stormtroopin'
    11. Just What the Doctor Ordered
    12. Motor City Madhouse
    13. Magic Party
    Ted Nugent
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    200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Free-For-All Free-For-All Quick View

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    Free-For-All

    Limited 150 Gram Translucent Forest Green Colored Vinyl


    Includes Signature Culture Factory USA Spine folder


    High Definition Remaster


    Free-For-All is the second solo release from guitarist Ted Nugent and his first album to go platinum. As the recording of Free-For-All commenced, rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist Derek St. Holmes left the band, citing growing personal and creative conflicts with Nugent. Two solid years of living together on the road had taken its toll on the relationship. Additionally, St. Holmes was unhappy with Tom Werman's production, saying that the producer was watering down the band's sound. A full year before Bat Out of Hell brought him international success, vocalist Meat Loaf was brought in by producer Werman to sing on the album. Meat Loaf was paid the sum of $1000 for his contributions to the album, which included crafting all of the vocal arrangements and two days of recording sessions.

    1. Free-For-All
    2. Dog Eat Dog
    3. Writing on the Wall
    4. Turn It Up
    5. Street Rats
    6. Together
    7. Light My Way
    8. Hammerdown
    9. I Love You So I Told You A Lie
    Ted Nugent
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    Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Cat Scratch Fever Cat Scratch Fever Quick View

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    Cat Scratch Fever

    The hard rocker guitar legend Ted Nugent delivered the goods in a huge way with his very successful 1977 smash Cat Scratch Fever. Filled with heavy guitar laden rock anthems as well as the vocals of both Nugent and Derek St. Holmes, this multi-platinum venture still enthralls the fans.



    Non-stop killer tracks like Wang Dang Sweet Poontang, Live It Up, Cat Scratch Fever and Workin Hard, Playin Hard truly defined this superstars career path for decades to follow, as it roared up the music charts and filled concert arenas ever since!



    Friday Music is very proud to announce the limited edition 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of the amazing Cat Scratch Fever by Ted Nugent. Mastered impeccably from the original Epic Records tapes by Joe Reagoso and Kevin Gray At AcousTech/RTI, this album truly rocks out in the audiophile domain like never before.



    Friday Music has also included the rare gatefold cover, as first issued in 1977, plus all of the original artwork details as you would expect from a Friday Music release. The album is packaged securely in a poly bag and the LP is housed in a poly sleeve.

    1. Cat Scratch Fever
    2. Wang Dang Sweet Poontang
    3. Death By Misadventure
    4. Live It Up
    5. Home Bound
    6. Workin Hard, Playin Hard
    7. Sweet Sally
    8. A Thousand Knives
    9. Fist Fightin Son Of A Gun
    10. Out Of Control
    Ted Nugent
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
  • State of Shock State of Shock Quick View

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    State of Shock


    Limited 150 Gram Green Colored Vinyl


    Includes Signature Culture Factory USA Spine folder


    High Definition Remaster


    State of Shock closed a decade in which Nugent took his hard-rocking wildman persona to the top of the charts. The album reached the U.S. Top 20 and quickly went gold. All songs on State of Shock are written and arranged by Ted Nugent, except I Want to Tell You, which is written by George Harrison.

    1. Paralyzed
    2. Take It or Leave It
    3. Alone
    4. It Don't Matter
    5. State of Shock
    6. I Want to Tell You
    7. Satisfied
    8. Bite Down Hard
    9. Snake Charmer
    10. Saddle Sore
    Ted Nugent
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  • Cactus Cactus Quick View

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    Cactus

    The original plan for Cactus was to release a debut album with the super group line-up of Vanilla Fudge rhythm section bassist Tim Bogart and drummer Carmine Appice together with guitarist Jeff Beck and singer Rod Stewart, though Becks car accident en Stewart joining Ron Wood in The Faces counteracted that.


    Eventually joining Bogart and Appice were guitarist Jim McCarthy (Mitch Ryder's Detroit Wheels) and singer Rusty Day form Ted Nugent's Amboy Dukes for this self-titled album that is arguably the highlight in their catalogue. The shredding turbocharged Boogie is a very fine example of how exciting early Seventies Hard Rock still can be!

    1. Parchman Farm
    2. My Lady From South Of Detroit
    3. Bro. Bill
    4. You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover
    5. Let Me Swim
    6. No Need To Worry
    7. Oleo
    8. Feel So Good
    Cactus
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Ultra Sonic Boogie 1971 Ultra Sonic Boogie 1971 Quick View

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    Ultra Sonic Boogie 1971

    A vintage live album from the American Led Zeppelin, Cactus, featuring Vanilla Fudge alums Tim Bogert and Carmine Appice plus vocalist Rusty Day from Ted Nugents Amboy Dukes, now released on a glorious 180 gram 2LP vinyl set!


    Recorded at Ultra Sonic studios in front of a small group of friends and fellow musicians, this live album includes boogie rockin performances of such classics such as Evil, Token Chokin, Big Mama Boogie and more! Includes collectible poster!

    1. Evil
    2. The Band Introductions
    3. Bro Bill
    4. Oleo
    5. No Need To Worry
    6. Token Chokin'
    7. Big Mama Boogie (Part I)
    8. Big Mama Boogie (Part II)
    9. Outro
    Cactus
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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    Ride

    For his fiftieth birthday, Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian wanted one present more than any other - the reunion of one of his favorite unsung heroes, Mother Superior - only he wanted to be a part of the lineup. They're a great, classic band that hit me in the same spot as all my favorite '70s bands, whether it's UFO, Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick or KISS, Ian explains. I knew getting to play with them would be like joining KISS.


    Thanks to Scott's wife Pearl Aday, who has been working with Mother Superior front man Jim Wilson for years, all it took was a quick phone call and the stage was literally set for Scott's dream gig.


    The band, which quickly gained the interests of Joey Vera (Armored Saint/Fates Warning) and John Tempesta (White Zombie, The Cult) called itself Motor Sister after the Mother Superior song Little Motor Sister and got together the day before the party to rehearse in Ian's jam room. The energy in the room was amazing, Ian says. It felt awesome. It was just something we did for fun and to celebrate my birthday.


    The minute I started to play with Scott, Joey and John the chemistry was amazing, Wilson says. We sounded like a band that had been together forever. Enthralled at the idea of making a record of his favorite Mother Superior songs, Ian contacted producer Jay Ruston (Anthrax, Steel Panther, Stone Sour) and asked if he thought it was possible to recapture the same spontaneous energy generated at their makeshift gig. He said, 'Yeah, we can make the record in two days and we can make it sound really good.' So that's what we did, Ian says. A week and a half later, we made the record in LA over a two day period. We recorded the whole thing live in the studio.


    While everyone in Motor Sister is busy with their day jobs, they are all interested in playing live as much as possible. We are a great live band Ian says. We proved it to ourselves in my jam room. It was our ability to play live together that made this happen and I can see us getting onstage and playing this shit back-to-back, Ramones-style, and just blowing people's minds with the power of these songs. And the door is always open to write more material because Pearl and Jim are always working together and I'm always with them. So we'll see what happens in the future.

    LP 1
    1. A Hole
    2. This Song Reminds Me of You
    3. Beg Borrow Steal
    4. Fool Around
    5. Get That Girl
    6. Head Hanging Low


    LP 2
    1. Fork in the Road
    2. Little Motor Sister
    3. Pretty in the Morning
    4. Whore
    5. Doghouse
    6. Devil Wind

    Motor Sister
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  • Silent Reign Of Heroes (Out Of Stock) Silent Reign Of Heroes (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Silent Reign Of Heroes (Out Of Stock)

    This Lynyrd Skynyrd-style, blues rock outfit emerged from the US deep south. The name derived from a tale of a woman in seventeenth-century Salem who beheaded her lovers with an axe after sleeping with them. The initial line-up comprised Dave Hlubek (guitar), Steve Holland (guitar), Duane Roland (guitar), Banner Thomas (bass), Danny Joe Brown (vocals) and Bruce Crump (drums). Their 1978 debut album, produced by Tom Werman (of Cheap Trick and Ted Nugent fame), was an instant success, with its three-pronged guitar onslaught and gut-wrenching vocals. The band then achieved a US Top 20 placing with their second album, Flirtin` With Disaster. Brown was replaced by Jimmy Farrar in 1980, before the recording of the band`s third album, Beatin` The Odds. Farrar`s vocals were less distinctive than Brown`s, and an element of their identity was lost during the time that Farrar fronted the band. Nevertheless, commercial success continued, with both Beatin` The Odds and Take No Prisoners peaking on the Billboard album chart at numbers 25 and 36, respectively. In 1982, Danny Joe Brown rejoined the band in place of the departed Farrar, while Thomas and Crump were replaced by Riff West and B.B. Borden respectively. No Guts ... No Glory emerged and marked a return to the band`s roots: explosive guitar duels, heart-stopping vocals and steadfast rock `n` roll. Surprisingly, the album flopped and Hlubek insisted on a radical change in direction. Steve Holland quit and drummer Crump returned, while keyboard player John Galvin (from the Danny Joe Brown Band) was recruited for the recording of The Deed Is Done. This was a lightweight pop rock album, largely devoid of Molly Hatchet`s former trademarks. Following its release, the band retired temporarily to lick their wounds and reassess their future. In 1985, Double Trouble Live was unveiled, with a return to former styles. It included versions of their best-known songs, plus a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute in the form of `Freebird`. Founder member Dave Hlubek subsequently departed, to be replaced by Bobby Ingram. The band signed a new recording contract with Capitol Records and returned with 1989`s Lightning Strikes Twice. This leaned away from their southern roots towards highly polished AOR. Featuring cover versions of Paul Stanley`s `Hide Your Heart` and `There Goes The Neighborhood`, the album was poorly received by fans and critics alike. A number of line-up changes ensued in the early 90s, leaving Brown as the only remaining original member. During this period he was continually plagued by illness as a result of diabetes. and eventually left Molly Hatchet in 1996 as they embarked on another recording comeback. The line-up that recorded Devil`s Canyon comprised Bobby Ingram, John Galvin, Phil McCormack (vocals), Bryan Bassett (guitar), Andy McKinney (bass) and Mac Crawford (drums). The revived band, with additional keyboard player Tim Donovan, then completed 1998`s Silent Reign Of Heroes. Further line-up changes saw mainstays Ingram, Galvin and McCormack joined by a regularly rotating cast list of musicians, as the band continued to tour and record with great success. Original guitarist Hlubek rejoined the line-up in early 2005 shortly before his former colleague Danny Joe Brown succumbed to diabetes.

    1. Mississippi Moon Dog

    2. World of Trouble

    3. Silent Reign of Heroes

    4. Miss Saturday Night

    5. Blue Thunder

    6. Just Remember (You're the Only One)

    7. Junk Yard Dawg

    8. Dead and Gone (Redneck Song)

    9. Saddle Tramp

    10. Fall of the Peacemakers

    11. Whiskey Man

    12. One Man's Pleasure

    Molly Hatchet
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    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • Kingdom Of XII (Out of Stock) Kingdom Of XII (Out of Stock) Quick View

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    Kingdom Of XII (Out of Stock)

    This Lynyrd Skynyrd-style, blues rock outfit emerged from the US deep south. The name derived from a tale of a woman in seventeenth-century Salem who beheaded her lovers with an axe after sleeping with them. The initial line-up comprised Dave Hlubek (guitar), Steve Holland (guitar), Duane Roland (guitar), Banner Thomas (bass), Danny Joe Brown (vocals) and Bruce Crump (drums). Their 1978 debut album, produced by Tom Werman (of Cheap Trick and Ted Nugent fame), was an instant success, with its three-pronged guitar onslaught and gut-wrenching vocals. The band then achieved a US Top 20 placing with their second album, Flirtin` With Disaster. Brown was replaced by Jimmy Farrar in 1980, before the recording of the band`s third album, Beatin` The Odds. Farrar`s vocals were less distinctive than Brown`s, and an element of their identity was lost during the time that Farrar fronted the band. Nevertheless, commercial success continued, with both Beatin` The Odds and Take No Prisoners peaking on the Billboard album chart at numbers 25 and 36, respectively. In 1982, Danny Joe Brown rejoined the band in place of the departed Farrar, while Thomas and Crump were replaced by Riff West and B.B. Borden respectively. No Guts ... No Glory emerged and marked a return to the band`s roots: explosive guitar duels, heart-stopping vocals and steadfast rock `n` roll. Surprisingly, the album flopped and Hlubek insisted on a radical change in direction. Steve Holland quit and drummer Crump returned, while keyboard player John Galvin (from the Danny Joe Brown Band) was recruited for the recording of The Deed Is Done. This was a lightweight pop rock album, largely devoid of Molly Hatchet`s former trademarks. Following its release, the band retired temporarily to lick their wounds and reassess their future. In 1985, Double Trouble Live was unveiled, with a return to former styles. It included versions of their best-known songs, plus a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute in the form of `Freebird`. Founder member Dave Hlubek subsequently departed, to be replaced by Bobby Ingram. The band signed a new recording contract with Capitol Records and returned with 1989`s Lightning Strikes Twice. This leaned away from their southern roots towards highly polished AOR. Featuring cover versions of Paul Stanley`s `Hide Your Heart` and `There Goes The Neighborhood`, the album was poorly received by fans and critics alike. A number of line-up changes ensued in the early 90s, leaving Brown as the only remaining original member. During this period he was continually plagued by illness as a result of diabetes. and eventually left Molly Hatchet in 1996 as they embarked on another recording comeback. The line-up that recorded Devil`s Canyon comprised Bobby Ingram, John Galvin, Phil McCormack (vocals), Bryan Bassett (guitar), Andy McKinney (bass) and Mac Crawford (drums). The revived band, with additional keyboard player Tim Donovan, then completed 1998`s Silent Reign Of Heroes. Further line-up changes saw mainstays Ingram, Galvin and McCormack joined by a regularly rotating cast list of musicians, as the band continued to tour and record with great success. Original guitarist Hlubek rejoined the line-up in early 2005 shortly before his former colleague Danny Joe Brown succumbed to diabetes.

    1. Heart of the U.S.A.

    2. Cornbread Mafia

    3. One Last Ride

    4. Why Won't You Take Me Home

    5. Turn My Back on Yesterday

    6. Gypsy Trail

    7. White Lightning

    8. Tumbling Dice

    9. Angel in Dixie

    10. Kickstart to Freedom

    11. Dreams of Life

    12. Edge of Sundown

    13. Bounty Hunter

    Molly Hatchet
    $22.99
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • The Crest (Out of Stock) The Crest (Out of Stock) Quick View

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    The Crest (Out of Stock)

    Axel Rudi Pells career began in 1980 with the band, Steeler, who sold over 30,000 copies of their commercially most successful release, Strike Back, and brought out their fourth and final album, Undercover Animal, in 1988. In November of that year, Pell formed his own group together with Jörg Deisinger (ex-Bonfire), drummer Jörg Michael, bassist Thomas Smuszynski (ex-U.D.O.) and the American vocalist, Charlie Huhn (Ted Nugent, Gary Moore, Victory). Their debut album, Wild Obsessions, arrived at the stores one year later, followed by Nasty Reputation, for whom Pell enlisted the American frontman, Rob Rock (M.A.R.S, Impellitteri), who was replaced during the subsequent German tour by former Malmsteen vocalist, Jeff Scott Soto.


    With Soto as a new member, the third album, Eternal Prisoner (1992), was undeniable proof that the band had found their own, unmistakable style. One year later, Pell brought out The Ballads, an album featuring his most accomplished rock ballads. With Between The Walls (1994) and the live recording, Made In Germany, the guitarist from Bochum held on to his typical style even in the post-grunge era. The subsequent Black Moon Pyramid (1996) was the second Pell album in succession to make the German album charts. 1997 saw the arrival of Pells eighth offering, Magic, featuring a thematically consistent concept based on supernatural stories. Magic also entered the charts, followed by Oceans Of Time, the commercially most successful album at that time by the Axel Rudi Pell band, and the continuation of Pells ballad concept (The Ballads II, 1999).


    Following the departure of Jeff Scott Soto, Pell enlisted American vocalist Johnny Gioeli (ex-Hardline) for the production of Oceans Of Time, The Ballads III and his 2000 release, Masquerade Ball. His characteristic voice also enhanced the subsequent releases, Shadow Zone (2002) and Kings & Queens (2004), as well as the highly accomplished Mystica (2006) and the covers album, Diamonds Unlocked. Tales Of The Crown (2008), the last studio recording by the ARP Band surprised with a number of innovations and made it to # 41 of the German album charts. The Crest (2010) improved on this feat by going straight to # 22 in the German Charts.

    1. Prelude Of Doom (Intro)
    2. Too Late
    3. Devil Zone
    4. Prisoner Of Love
    5. Dreaming Dead
    6. Glory Night
    7. Dark Waves Of The Sea (Oceans Of Time Pt.II: The Dark Side)
    8. Burning Rain
    9. Noblesse Oblige (Opus #5 Adagio Contabile)
    10. The End Of Our Time
    11. Snake Eyes (live) (Bonus Track)
    Axel Rudi Pell
    $22.99
    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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