Ted Nugent: Double Live Gonzo (2 LP – Red Vinyl)


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180gm Audiophile Double Colour Vinyl in a Gatefold Sleeve, individually numbered /1000.


Just What The Doctor Ordered – 5:26
Yank Me, Crank Me – 4:29
Gonzo – 4:00
Baby Please Don’t Go – 5:55
Great White Buffalo – 6:21
Hibernation – 6:55
Stormtroopin’ – 8:43
Stranglehold – 11:11
Wang Dang Sweet Poontang – 6:19
Cat Scratch Fever – 4:50
Motor City Madhouse – 10:35


Reissue of the multi-platinum selling album with the hits ‘Yank Me, Crank Me’ and ‘Gonzo’.

Ted Nugent’s untameable energy is best transmitted live on stage; Double Live Gonzo! (1978) achieves this like no other. He shouts, grunts and squeals, while his guitar does the same. Pure pyrotechnics on 6 strings!

His hit “Cat Scratch Fever” gets the live treatment, as does “Great White Buffalo”. “Just What The Doctor Ordered” is indeed exactly what the doctor ordered: if you ever find yourself in need of getting your Rawk & Roll fix quick, look no further than Double Live Gonzo.

Play it loud!

Available as limited editions of 1000 individually numbered copies on transparent red, solid white and transparent blue vinyl.

As exciting as they were, Ted Nugent’s first three albums lacked the sonic punch in the gut of his outrageous live performances, something readily proved by 1978’s classic Double Live Gonzo! Both Nugent and his band are in top form, yielding a fierce performance of their numerous mid-’70s classics. Mega-hit “Cat Scratch Fever” makes an obligatory appearance, but it’s the songs from Nugent’s self-titled debut which truly stand out. “Just What the Doctor Ordered” is damn near perfect, and the band really clicks on extended jams through “Motor City Madhouse” and the fantastic “Stranglehold.”

A consummate showman, Nugent also unleashes a number of hilarious, motormouth stage raps on “Baby Please Don’t Go” and “Wang Dang Sweet Poontang” before offering the definitive version of his early classic “Great White Buffalo.”

In the year of the live album (1978), this one’s about as good as they come.

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