Ted Nugent: Sweden Rocks
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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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It consists of 15 great songs as follows:
2. Wango Tango
3. Snakeskin Cowboys
4. Free for All
5. Wang Dang Sweet Poontang
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
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Ted is performing with just a bass and drum support here and yes the repertoire is familiar but his guitar work is always fresh...sure sometimes he's playing something great and they aren't showing it but I'm sure this is just from the "live feed" and anyway ..all you haters its barely over 10 bucks! I've watched this more times than the other superior products mentioned already...perhaps because its a bit over an hour (bonus features are fun as well) so its more easily fit into a quick viewing than the 2 hour shows.
Anyway ...I felt I needed to balance the 1 star reviews by alleged "fans" of Ted.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Nuge rocks as always, full blast, in your face, TNT rock n roll!Published 17 months ago by Jimmypsp700
It keeps freezing cant watch it it freezes on every song i would really like u to send me another onePublished on October 31, 2013 by kenneth mueller
when ted nugent spoke, he didn't have to speek in a vulgar manner to get his rock and roll across. that really brought his character to a too low class.Published on July 15, 2013 by mark bergeron
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I wish to return the DVD Ted Nugent - Sweden Rocks. The title has been opened, so I'm unable to return it to the retailer (Best Buy). Read more
I'm very happy to see Ted Nugent alive in his mother's land; showing his best music selections.Published on March 28, 2010 by Marlon Torres
The worst live show I ever seen, it looks like it was transfer from vhs format, sometimes you see Ted like looking at the strings of the guitar as if he is learning a new song and... Read morePublished on January 16, 2010 by JR
The nuge never lets you down live.He gives 100% all the time and the crowds love him and to me is one of the best guitar players still touring regularly.Published on August 23, 2009 by Thomas C. Taylor