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Ted Nugent: Sweden Rocks


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  • Actors: Ted Nugent
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English (DTS ES 6.1)
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Eagle Rock Ent
  • DVD Release Date: June 10, 2008
  • Run Time: 117 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0017VG654
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,729 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The full bluntal Nuge assault goes international as Ted Nugent and his funk brothers take the stage at the hard rocking 2006 Sweden Rock Festival. Hitting the stage with a fury and wasting no time whipping the crowd into a frenzy, Nugent and his rhythm section of Mick Brown on drums and Barry Sparks on bass deliver the best of the Nugent catalog. Bonus features include 3 bonus performances from 2007, interviews and off-stage activities with Ted and the band.

TRACK LISTING 1. Stormtroopin' 2. Wango Tango 3. Snakeskin Cowboys 4. Free For All 5. Wang Dang Sweet Poontang 6. KLSTRPHNKY 7. Raw Dogs & War Hogs 8. Soul Man 9. Hey Baby 10. Dog Eat Dog 11. Still Raising Hell 12. Motor City Madhouse 13. Cat Scratch Fever 14. Stranglehold 15. Great White Buffalo

Bonus Features * Live 2007 Performances - "Journey To The Center Of The Mind", "Weekend Warriors", "Love Grenade" * Interviews from the "Love Grenade" recording sessions with Barry Sparks and Tommy Clufetos * Bow hunting with Ted * Ted on the gun range

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gary Covington on February 7, 2009
Format: DVD
FANTASTIC!!! Ted Nugent and his great band rocks on this concert DVD!!! They have a big American Flag as a backdrop (at the back of the stage). Plus, they have an American Flag on a flag pole on stage. You get Ted Nugent on guitar and vocals, Barry Sparks on Bass & background vocals, and Mick Brown on drums and background vocals. This was filmed June 10, 2006 at the Swenden Rock Festival, in the day time, before a large enthusiatic outdoor crowd. Ted, the band, the atmosphere, the music, the crowd are all "really into it" making this one super great concert DVD.

It consists of 15 great songs as follows:

1. StormTroopin'
2. Wango Tango
3. Snakeskin Cowboys
4. Free for All
5. Wang Dang Sweet Poontang
6. Klstrphnky
7. Raw Dogs & War Hogs (Ted dedicates this to the American Soldiers who are fighting against EVIL). He prasies our American Soldiers as Good fighting against evil. I agree with that assessment. May God Bless our Soldiers and the U.S.A.
8. Soul Man (the ole Blues Brothers Classic - dedicated to Motown)
9. Hey BAby
10.Dog eat Dog
11.Still Raising Hell
12.Motor City Madhouse
13.Cat Scratch Fever (A Ted Nuggent Classic)
14.Strnglehold (another Ted classic)
15.Great White Buffalo (During the performance of this one, Ted wears a big Indian Chief feather head band).

Also, You get Bonus performances of Live 2007 performances:
Journey to the Center of the Mind
Weekend Warriors
and Love Grenade.

Plus, you get interviews with Barry Sparks and Tommy Clufetos from the "Love Grenade" recording sessions.

Also, you get "Bow Hunting" with Ted and Ted on the Gun Range.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dennis P. Laforce on June 15, 2008
Format: DVD
First let me say that I am a big Nugent fan. I have enjoyed his performances for years and I thought his last DVD Full Bluntal... was quite good. It's not so much the performances which are a bit forced, even for Ted, but the horrible camera and editing work that was done here. Not only does the editor constantly switch shots, but many of the selected shots are just stupid. There are many moments where Ted is playing some really nice stuff and the camera is somewhere else??!! I blame everyone involved from the camera crew, who are terrible, with shots of the floor, shots of Ted hidden behind his monitor so all you see is a full shot of his monitor??!! What is that all about?? And how could the editor see that and include it?? And how could Ted see this video and put his stamp of approval on it?? Just lazy I guess, which is a real shame. If you all cannot do any better then put the cameras down and forget it. As for his fans just buy the cd you will be much better off.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By trebe TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 13, 2009
Format: DVD
Almost never reticent in expressing his opinions, and no stranger to controversy, Detroit's own Ted Nugent, is one of the more colorful figures in hard rock. Like him or not, Nugent is an American guitar icon, with a sound and style that still remains quite unique. Separating reality from the hype may be hard to do, as over the years `Terrible Ted' has fueled many fires in building a larger than life, non-PC persona. Besides being a gonzo guitar player with a penchant for profanity, Nugent is also known as a nature loving outdoorsman, avid hunter and firearms proponent, radio and TV personality, author, and political conservative with aspirations of running for office.

This DVD features Nugent at the Sweden Rock Festival in 2006. The band is a three piece, with veteran musicians Barry Sparks (Dokken, UFO, Uli Jon Roth) on bass and Mick Brown (Dokken) on drums. Bursting into the heavy metal mainstream in the 70's, Nugent's band typically featured a rhythm guitar player (Derek St. Holmes, Charlie Huhn) who handled most of the vocals, leaving Ted free to create mayhem on lead guitar. Ted's performance here is impressive, as in addition to his usual deadly guitar work, he also sings lead on all but one song. It's quite a lot on his plate, but Nugent is more than up to the task, as his musical skills and tongue, appear to be sharper than ever. The Dokken rhythm section of Sparks and Brown, dubbed by Ted the `funk brothers`, are steady and solid.

His newer material is represented, but Nugent draws heavily from his classic 70's period, featuring Stranglehold, Cat Scratch Fever, Free For All, Wang Dang Sweet Poontang, Hey Baby, Snakeskin Cowboys, Motor City Madhouse, and Dog Eat Dog.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richla on November 25, 2008
Format: DVD
With a couple of "bad" reviews, I almost didn't buy this one. I'm glad I took a chance and picked it up.
Yes, a number of shots are a bit jerky, or a stage monitor does indeed briefly block your view of Ted.
And, the start of his solo on Stormtrooping is a shot of the bass player instead of Ted.
But, the video is razor sharp, the audio is nice, and Ted STILL puts on a heck of a show, unreal energy, and he has this crowd fully entertained.
And Ted's playing gets better and better.
Pick it up, it's a fun video to watch.
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