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Artist: Ted Nugent

Title: Out of Control

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Ted Nugent Out of Control Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: Epic/Legacy Records

Catalog Number: E2K 47039

Personnel

Ted Nugent guitar, percussion, vocals
Greg Arama bass
Cliff Davies drums, vocals, vibraphone
Steve Farmer guitar
Rob Grange bass
Charlie Huhn rhythm guitar, vocals,
Dave Kiswiney bass
Rick Lober keyboards
Vic Mastrianni percussion, drums, vocals
Steve McRay keyboards
Walt Monaghan bass
John Sauter bass
Andy Solomon keyboards
Derek St. Holmes guitar, vocals
Tom Werman percussion
Bill White bass
David Hull bass
John Drake vocals
David Palmer drums

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Baby Please Don't Go  
2.  Journey to the Center of Your Mind  
3.  You Talk Sunshine I Breathe Fire mono  
4.  Gloria  
5.  Call of the Wild  
6.  Great White Buffalo  
7.  Stranglehold  
8.  Stormtroopin'  
9.  Hey Baby  
10.  Motor City Madhouse  
11.  Free-for-All  
12.  Dog Eat Dog  
13.  Turn It Up  
14.  Street Rats alternate take  
15.  Magic Party  
16.  Hammerdown  

Disc 2
17.  Cat Scratch Fever  
18.  Wang Dang Sweet Poontang  
19.  Live It Up  
20.  Homebound  
21.  Out of Control  
22.  Oh Carol live  
23.  Just What the Doctor Ordered live  
24.  Yank Me Crank Me live  
25.  Walking Tall live  
26.  Need You Bad  
27.  Weekend Warriors  
28.  Paralyzed  
29.  State of Shock  
30.  Wango Tango  
31.  Scream Dream  
32.  Terminus Eldorado  
33.  Jailbait live  
34.  Little Miss Dangerous  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: March 5, 2004 at 9:33
An excellent 2 disc compilation outling the Gonzo's career upto when he started to lose the plot musically. Who this appeal to I have no idea as fans will own 99% of whats on offer. Is there a casual Nugent Fan? To make this set worthy-more unreleased and hard to find tracks should have been included. Nice packaging with plenty of photos and so forth.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: November 5, 2011 at 22:05
Uncle Ted has a lot of compilations out now, but until Out Of Control came out, it was Great Gonzos or nothing. This is a pretty good set, focusing rightly on Ted's mid-'70's heyday, but with plenty of before-and-after stuff as well. Six songs from the Amboy Dukes, some rare/live solo Ted, and a handful from the post-St. Holmes years. Most of the essentials are here in one form or another, so it's hard to fault the track selection very much, and the booklet is very nice indeed.


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