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  1. May 29,  · TED NUGENT STATE OF SHOCK Released in May (Epic Records) Review: Aaaah — May 2nd nineteen seventy freakin ‘ nine A day that for me will forever live in rockin ‘ infamy for it was on that day that, thanks to my dad, I first saw Ted Nugent live and in concert.
  2. State Of Shock Packed with foot-stomping, axe-grinding Motor City Madman hits, this record is one of Ted’s most consistently bad-ass albums. Featuring some of his most intense guitar licks and incredible solos on tracks like “Alone” and “Paralyzed”, and an energetic band that keeps up with Sweaty Teddy’s gnarly guitar work with some sweet hooks it will leave you waiting for more!
  3. One of Ted Nugent's more underrated albums, 's State of Shock closed a decade in which Nugent took his caveman persona to the top of the charts. It also proved to be one of the last albums the Nuge would issue for some time that resembled the raw and unrefined rock of his mid-'70s heyday.
  4. State Of Shock Nugent Ted Lyrics, MP3, Video. State Of Shock is shown by Nugent Ted Artists, you can find a list of websites about this song with Lyrics, MP3 and Videos.
  5. Mar 26,  · Stream State Of Shock by Ted Nugent and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members/5(25).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of State Of Shock on Discogs/5().
  7. Features Song Lyrics for Ted Nugent's State of Shock album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  8. As improbable as it may seem, the original heavy-metal heathen appears to be flying the flag of compromise on State of Shock, tempering his raw, rapacious sound with a pop sensibility designed to add to his denimed legions those disbelievers who think Ted Nugent .
  9. Course some erudite scholars justifiably claim State of Shock sizzles with the true Ted Nugent, no longer disinfected for the airwaves. Granted, "Paralyzed," "Snake Charmer," and "It Don't Matter" are electrifying, with razor-sharp guitar, but these afternoon buzzers would sound better at the next Nugent show, fired off with his other silver-tippers.3/

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