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This is TED NUGENT'S first new studio album in 8 years and will have his legions of fans rejoicing! Recognized as the world's leading guitar showman, NUGENT'S no-holds-barred career spans five decades of multi-platinum hits. From the ground breaking Amboy Dukes' Journey to the Center of the Mind, to classics like Stranglehold and Cat Scratch Fever, Damn Yankees'
chartbusters like Coming Of Age and High Enough, cult classic Fred Bear, and now Shut Up & Jam!
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 8, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Frontiers Music Srl
  • ASIN: B00JQHOKSQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,050 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Darren O'Neill TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 8, 2014
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There are artists that reinvent themselves throughout their careers and you never quite know what their next album will sound like and then there are artists like Ted Nugent who have a signature sound that they stick to like glue. That isn't necessarily a bad thing when your signature sound is fueled with killer Motown Rhythm & Blues guitar riffs and the kind of sonic bombast that has made Nugent a hard rock legend.

"Shutup&Jam!" consists of 13 blistering new songs that showcases what Nugent does best; playing guitar with an intensity that most guys half his age don't have. Nugent takes lead vocals on all but two songs with Derek St. Holmes taking lead on "Everything Matters" and Sammy Hagar sharing the vocal duties with Nugent on "She's Gone."

The themes here on "Shutup&Jam!" are classic Nugent with his love of women, loud guitars, his country, the military, juicy meat and firearms all given their due. Nugent sounds like he's still having a great time being the keeper of the hard rocking Motown sound and it makes the album a lot of fun to listen to while the speakers are cranked up loud.

As someone who owns everything in the Nugent catalog I believe this one stands pretty tall on its own. It might not have an outstand track like "Great White Buffalo," "Cat Scratch Fever" or "Stranglehold" but the album as a whole is a very strong effort. It might not be the first album I'd suggest for a new fan but it is essential listening for anyone that's ever been a fan of the Motor City Madman.
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Been listening to Uncle Ted since back in the day when we would wire two Pioneer receivers together for the loudest basement keg parties. This was back when Ted's self-titled album (with Stormtroopers and Stranglehold, etc.) was new. There was a time when Ted was serious about music and was absolutely leading the pack. For me, that time ended with the Scream Dream album. I have really tried to fall back in love with Ted's music, starting again with Love Grenade, but I really couldn't get past the juvenile nature of that release. I really want to love Uncle Ted's music again. I really do. But with this one, SU&J, I find that I will be ok if I never listen to it after the first spin. It doesn't rise above Go, USA and backyard barbeque. Sadly, Ted's music remains at cartoon level. Go back and listen to the first album and the other early albums: Cat Scratch Fever, Double Live Gonzo, Free For All, State Of Shock. That is the Ted Nugent band I remember. I miss your real music, Ted, I really do.
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Excellent return of The Nuge.
Standout tracks are-
1. Fear Itself
2. Everything Matters
3. She's Gone
4. Never Stop Believing
5. Throttledown
6. I Still Believe

This album rocks and is a welcome return to form over the last two releases Craveman & Love Grenade not saying those two releases were terrible but Shutup&Jam is just so much more of what made Ted great in the 70s. Not really a bad track on the whole Album.

Inside notes say "The sounds on this recording were generated from specially selected "VINTAGE EQUIPMENT" And I must say it shows. The sound of this CD has the warmth of Analog which is so much better than the coldness of Digital recordings. Great Release Uncle Ted and looking forward to more of The Motor City Madman for years to come. Long Live The Nuge

Update do yourself a favor and get the best buy version it contains a bonus track "Johnny B. Goode Forever" I bought the original at wally world then saw best buy had it with the bonus track so bought it again.
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Okay kids let's stay away from politics and just address the CD please. This is another solid one from Ted. In fact, everything since his fantastic Spirit of the Wild CD has been good. He lost me on Penetrator, Little Miss, and If You Can't Lick 'Em. All three were horrible. Anyway, the songs on this CD are tight and they rock. My only real complaint is that Derek only sings on one song. Ted asked him back, so he should have use his vocal talents on more songs. These two always played well together, just check out the early stuff.
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It's clear from most of these reviews that the Nuge haters are out in full force and haven't even listened to the record that they're bashing. "Shutup&Jam" is the best Nugent record in years and is a meaty slice of what rock 'n' roll should be: loud guitars, intense vocals (especially with the help from Sammy Hagar on "She's Gone"), and unadulterated attitude. Agree with him politically or not, any rational person with ears can appreciate Ted for his legendary musicianship. It's about the music man, so SHUTUP&JAM!
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Some of the songs seem unfinished. The track with Sammy Hagar started out great and then just nosedived into garbage. Ted can still play. Maybe he should take a cue from the title of this album. My brand loyalty with him has run out.
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This is a killer album from The Nuge, and anyone who hates on it, just hates him. If you really love that old-school, hard, bluesy rockin, black influenced rock, this album is for you! The sound quality is outstanding. I feel like Ted is really diverse with this album b/c a number of songs have a different feel than you're probably used to hearing from Ted, but that is by no means a bad thing! My personal favorites are:

(In No Particular Order)
1. ShutUp&Jam!
2. Everything Matters
3. I Love My BBQ
4. Throttledown
5. Screamin Eagles
6. Semper Fi
7. Never Stop Believing (Blues)

The only problem I have with this album is that Derek St. Holmes only sings on ONE song. It would have been nice to get him on extra tracks, but Ted said Derek was busy writing his own material to take that much time. Do yourself a favor and check this baby out!
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