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Artist: Ted Nugent

Title: Craveman

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Spitfire Records

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Personnel

Ted Nugent all guitars, vocals
Marco Mendoza bass
Tommy Clufetos drums

Tracks

1.  Klstrphnky  3:55
2.  Crave  6:19
3.  Rawdogs & Warhogs  3:37
4.  Damned If Ya Do  4:21
5.  At Home There  3:49
6.  Cum n Gitya Sum-o-This  2:37
7.  Change My Sex  3:03
8.  I Wonít Go Away  5:32
9.  Pussywhipped  3:00
10.  Goin Down Hard  4:13
11.  Wang Dang Doodle  2:58  Cover: Willie Dixon
12.  My Baby Likes My Butter On Her Gritz  3:52
13.  Sexpot  3:11
14.  Earthtones  5:39
  
Total Running Time:  56:06

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Existing comments about this CD

From: NIKKIRAYSIMMONS Date: November 6, 2002 at 22:58
UNCLE TED IS BACK & HE'S OUT FOR BLOOD! CRAVEMAN IS THE RECORD THAT TED NUGENT SHOULD HAVE PUT OUT TO SAVE HIS CAREER BACK IN THE EARLY 80'S! THERE IS NOTHING BUT THE BEST RIFFS & GROOVES ON THIS ONE. THIS IS THE RECORD THAT WILL MAKE YOU FORGIVE TED FOR SIGNING ON TO DO THOSE HORRIBLE DAMN WEENIE RECORDS. ENOUGH PUNCH ON HERE TO GIVE THE NUMETAL BANDS A RUN FOR THEIR MONEY. PICK IT UP & CRANK THIS MOTHER UP! 9.5 FOR THIS ONE BOYS 'N GIRLS...

From: The Fizzy One Date: November 6, 2002 at 23:52
All the reviews are saying this is Ted's best in twenty years, and for once, they're right. Even things that you wouldn't expect to sound good, like Ted doing all the singing, or tuning his guitar down a half-step, sound pretty damn good and just right on the CD. The only songs I can't really get into are the shameless reworking of "Wang Dang Sweet Poontang" (guess which one that is) and the grits song, the title of which is the best thing about it. The Fizz Picks: 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 13.

From: Tony Date: November 11, 2002 at 18:56
I'm really digging this cd. Best album Nugent has put out in years. This is heavier than anything he's done since the 70's and sounds like he's just having a blast as opposed to keeping an ear to what's popular at the moment like some of his 80's releases. Just big, fat, beefy, sweaty riffs with solos that make you hum instead of 30 second intermissions in the middle of songs. Great album for those who complain they don't make hard rock like they used to!!!

From: VINCE Date: December 23, 2002 at 23:37
ON YOUR KNEES!!!THE GODS HAVE ANSWERED ALL OF YOUR PRAYERS!!!REAL HARD ROCK HAS FINALLY BEEN RELEASED ONCE AGAIN!!!NEVER BEEN A BIG TED FAN,BUT A FRIEND OF MINE BOUGHT THIS CD,AND JESUS,MAN....MY FUCKIN HEAD IS STILL POUNDING!!WHAT AN ALBUM!!OL' UNCLE TED HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD HERE FOLKS...NOTHING ON THIS CD BUT MIND BOGGLEING,RIB BREAKING ,ASS KICKIN ROCK N ROLL!!!PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE, ALL YOU NEW BANDS OUT THERE,TAKE NOTES AND GIVE US SOME MORE MUSIC LIKE THIS!!ROCK N ROLL HAS NEW LIFE,BREA

From: VINCE Date: December 23, 2002 at 23:39
BREATHED INTO IT BY AN OLD SCHOOL VETERN.A 10/10...AND TED...YOU HAVE A NEW FAN!!

From: Great Dane Date: December 25, 2002 at 21:12
Every rating below 10 is a mistake.....This is one hell of an album, Just saved Rock`n 2002. which was a crap year anyway.

From: freddy de keyze Date: December 29, 2002 at 19:09
Sorry guys, I can't agree with your opinion, because this is CRAP !!! I'm a fan from Nugent from the seventies and that's the real Nugent with mighty songs like 'Stranglehold' etc. This is Ted trying to sound modern and boy, does he fail !!! This is modern rock, awfull. Avoid like the plague !

From: Great Dane Date: December 29, 2002 at 22:59
Well Freddy. Its a matter of opinions and taste I guess. I also like the old stuff. BUT there are too many beeing stuck in the 70-80`s. Ted is not stuck there. He`s innovative and tries to develop his art. He`s done very welle here, and youre the first one I`ve ever heard, who has anything negative to say about this release. To me its worse when bands are stuck in the 70-80`s like Motley, Kiss, Styx, Journey and so on. I praise Ted Nugent. He is a true rocker.

From: freddy de keyze Date: January 3, 2003 at 19:46
Great Dane, I agree that Ted is a great rocker, but Craveman is a bad CD. Period ! His old stuff is so much better ! And a band like Styx is class all written about it ! I hope their new album will be in the seventies vein because that's still the best there is. Not the modern sounding rock of these days which is mostly boring ! Hail to acts that keep their own unique style, I praise them for that and not for jumping on every bandwagon !

From: Great Dane Date: January 4, 2003 at 20:07
Well Freddy, we just cant aggree here. Thats life. I still think that tracks like Crave, Rawdogs and Warhogs, Change my Sex, I wont go away and Pussywhipped, sounds like Ted in the old days, with a new fresh sound. Stay cool, Freddy and keep rockin`.

From: Date: January 22, 2003 at 20:24
What can you say?...This Cd whales...A great effort from one of America's Rock'n Roll legends...Very hard and I like it...Freddy is no true fan of the Nuge or hard rock in general...If he was, he would know that this has that unique Nugent sound just a little bit on the heavier side...

From: Scott Date: January 22, 2003 at 20:50
I forgot to post my name on the prior post...Styx?...Give me a break!

From: Kryiis Karl Date: May 4, 2003 at 13:30
I really enjoy this album. But honestly, I'm not sure if I like it because I'm a fan or because it is a great album...In fact it is not a "great" album, but I love it for many reasons (though lin up is shit to me). Hope you won't hate me for saying that but what I also like in Nugent is that this man is (I'll say it in French) : un gros beauf... Kinda of a geniuis in his own way...

From: ultmetal Date: June 10, 2003 at 13:21
All the reviews are saying this is Ted's best in twenty years, and for once, they're right. AMEN! Could not agree more! Craveman rules! I LOVE Ted's 70's/80's stuff, but man you can't expect him to write "Stranglehold Part 35" I mean, c'mon, if Ted still sounded like he did with the Amboy Dukes, we wouldn't have classics like his incredible debut, Free-For-All etc. Craveman still sounds like Ted! Heavy! Passionate! Smokin' guitars! Can you feel the spirit? www.nolifetilmetal.com/tednugent.htm

From: ultmetal Date: June 10, 2003 at 13:35
Forgot to mention, just saw Ted this past week for the umpteenth time and he performed "Crave" and "Rawdogs and Warhogs" and they sounded just as good as classics like "Great White Buffalo" "Stormtrooper" and "Wango Tango". Ted rules!

From: Rycheage Date: March 7, 2004 at 0:35
At times heís a bit pretentious and a whole lot abrasive, but itís Nugent, so what did you expect? This may indeed be the most solid CD of Nugentís career. He has a killer band and his guitar playing is out of this world. In the end, Nugent doesnít slow down, he just goes faster.

From: sweed Date: March 7, 2004 at 14:36
the vocals are only like screams, and i hate that. but the album ig good.... I'm thinking so serious that ....WE NEED ST. HOLMES ON VOCALS AGAIN!!!! Ted is the guitar, but Derek is THE VOICE!!! Have you heard Derek singing now, he's better than ever.

From: Date: May 7, 2004 at 15:43
A horrible album in every which way. Utterly lacking in any melodic way at all. Nuge should be embarrased by this, it sounds awful. Not even his trusty lead guitar can save this disaster. The vocals are so grating I can't even listen to this for more than 2-minutes. What was Ted thinking? Songs are truly dumb, even for Uncle Ted.

From: Scott Date: December 21, 2004 at 13:33
Actually, you must be embarrased by your insipid review because you didn't even bother to put your name on it. Craveman rules!!!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: November 5, 2011 at 22:14
Ted gets heavy on this disc. The guitar style is still his own rhythm and blues-based classic hard-rock sound, but he's tuned down half a step, and the tone is a lot heavier and more moderns-ounding than we've ever heard before. Ted never was much of a singer, and still isn't, and his lyrics get pretty ridiculous in places, but I can't find any other faults with the first ten tracks. After that, you get a throwaway reworking of that other bsong with the word "wang" in the title, an absolutely moronic track in "My Baby Likes My Butter On Her Gritz" (I gave up grits for a while after this, it just put all kinds of wrong pictures in my head), a funky little tune in "Sexpot," and a forgettable instrumental. But overall, Craveman is one of Ted's better post-Jimmy Carter albums.


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