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Just What The Doctor Ordered - Ted Nugent - Ted Nugent (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Samugul
    Ted Nugent, an Album by Ted Nugent. Released in September on Epic (catalog no. PE ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Derek St. Holmes (vocals, rhythm guitar), Ted Nugent (lead guitar, rhythm guitar, vocals, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, percussion), Rob Grange (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Cliff Davies (drums, vibraphone, backing.
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  2. Mut
    ted nugent 1. Stranglehold Lyrics Here I come again now, baby Like a dog in heat Tell it s me by the clamor now baby I like to tear up the street, Now I been smokin for so long, Ya know I m here to stay Got you in a stranglehold, baby You best get outta the way The road I cruise is a bitch now, baby But no, you can t turn me round An.
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  3. Vishakar
    “Stranglehold” is a single and the first track from Ted Nugent’s self-titled album. Nugent admits the song was a collaborative effort with Rob Grange, who never received co-writer’s.
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  4. Dogal
    Nugent, Ted - Live at vocals. Huhn strains his voice, he's off key, and there's very little authority in his delivery. Classic songs, like Just What the Doctor Ordered fall flat because of the vocals. This is not a shoddy release and all the favourites are here. Got this for a couple of quid to complete the live album collection. 10/ /5(26).
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  5. Kajile
    rows · Watch the video for Just What the Doctor Ordered from Ted Nugent's Ted Nugent for .
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  6. Teshura
    Jun 02,  · Finally, fans of this classic Ted Nugent album can enjoy it on CD with clear, vibrant sound. Any self-respecting rocker should have a copy. A CLASSIC. 01 – Just What The Doctor Ordered 02 – Yank Me Crank Me 03 – Gonzo 04 – Baby, Please Don’t Go 05 – Great White Buffalo 06 – Hibernation 07 – Stormtroopin’ 08 – Stranglehold.
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  7. Douk
    I know I'll return to Double Live Gonzo! occasionally for a shot of Nugent's energy (particularly "Baby, Please Don't Go," his old Amboy Dukes hit, and "Cat Scratch Fever"). Nugent's voice seems to be maturing, but I still think he needs a vocalist or another instrumentalist to challenge his talent on guitar and wrestle his ego.
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  8. Mezilmaran
    With the release of Ted Nugent in , the self-proclaimed Motor City Madman and god of gonzo guitar became not just a star but one of rock 'n' roll's myawamufdidesreirostowartheotramen.coinfo radio playing the hell out of the eight-and-a-half minute opus “Stranglehold” and “Hey Baby,” Ted Nugent vaulted into the Billboard Top 30, quickly went gold and eventually sold more than two million copies.
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