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Ted Nugent - Free-For-All

Ted Nugent - Free-For-All
Performer: Ted Nugent
Title: Free-For-All
Country: US
Genre: Rock
Style:Hard Rock
Released: 1976
Catalog number: EPC 3786
Label: Epic
MP3 album szie: 1958 mb
FLAC album size: 2795 mb


1Free For All3:21
2Light My Way3:01
3 Love You So I Told You A Lie3:49
5Turn It Up3:36
6Writing On The Wall7:10
7Dog Eat Dog4:04
8Street Rats3:36


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PE 34121Ted Nugent Free-For-All ‎(LP, Album, Ori)EpicPE 34121US1976
PE 34121Ted Nugent Free-For-All ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)EpicPE 34121US1979
CDEPC 32065Ted Nugent Free-For-All ‎(CD, Album, RE)EpicCDEPC 32065EuropeUnknown
235002Ted Nugent Free-For-All ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Epic235002Brazil1976
PE 34121Ted Nugent Free-For-All ‎(LP, Album, RE, Te)EpicPE 34121US1976


  • BassRob Grange
  • Bass, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, VocalsTed Nugent
  • Design [Album]Paula Scher
  • Drums, Percussion, Backing VocalsCliff Davies
  • Engineer [Mixing]Tim Geelan
  • Engineer [Recording]Anthony Reale
  • Keyboards, Backing VocalsSteve McRay
  • PercussionTom Werman
  • Photography ByJim Houghton
  • ProducerCliff Davies, Lew Futterman, Tom Werman
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsDerek St. Holmes
  • VocalsMeat Loaf
  • Written-ByC. Davies (tracks: B2, B5), D. St. Holmes (tracks: B3), R. Grange (tracks: B2, B3), T. Nugent (tracks: A1 to B1, B4)


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"The Anytime Sound From CBS" written on inner sleeve, advertising other cassette releases.

Short intro

Free-For-All is the second studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released in October 1976, by Epic Records. It was his first album to go platinum. As the recording of Free-For-All commenced, rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist Derek St. Holmes left the band, citing growing personal and creative conflicts with Nugent. Two solid years of living together on the road had taken its toll on the relationship. Additionally, St. Holmes was unhappy with Tom Werman's production. Ted Nugent. Free-For-All - Ted Nugent. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Songs in album Ted Nugent - Free For All 1976. Ted Nugent - Free-For-All. Ted Nugent - Dog Eat Dog. Ted Nugent - Writing On The Wall. Ted Nugent - Turn It Up. Ted Nugent - Street Rats. Ted Nugent - Together. Ted Nugent - Light My Way. Ted Nugent - Hammerdown. Ted Nugent - I Love You So I Told You A Lie. While Ted Nugent's second solo album, 1976's Free-for-All, was another raging slab of rock & roll, it wasn't quite as consistent as his self-titled debut. The main reason was due to singerrhythm guitarist Derek St. Holmes' departure from the band just as recording of the album began due to constant grappling with the Nuge about certain musical issues. To solve the problem, producer Tom Werman convinced a then-unknown singer by the name of Meat Loaf to handle the vocal chores on the songs Derek was going to sing. Free-For-All is the second solo album by American guitarist Ted Nugent and his first album to go platinum. Holmes was unhappy with Tom Werman's production, saying that the producer was watering down the band's sound. Listen free to Ted Nugent Free-For-All Free-For-All, Dog Eat Dog and more. 9 tracks 38:38. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play album. Get album. Released 1976. FreeforAll Tracklist. Free for All Lyrics. Dog Eat Dog Lyrics. Writers Ted Nugent & Wayne Shorter. More Ted Nugent albums. Completa la tua Collezione su Ted Nugent. Free- For- All LP, Promo. PE 34121. Vendi questa versione. PEA 34121. Free-For-All 8-Trk, Album, Quad. EAQ 34121. PET 34121. Free-For-All Cass, Album. Reissued, Extra Tracks. Ted Nugent Format: Audio CD. Please retry. After the outstanding debut album of the Ted Nugent Band in late 1975 and subsequent tour, the wheels of this great 4-man rock n' roll machine started to come off namely in the person of lead vocalistrhythm guitarist Derek St. Holmes was unsatisfied at the direction that the band was taking under the control of who else He may have been right