On 29 June 2009, Eagle Rock Entertainment release the Motor City Mayhem Blu-ray from true maverick Ted Nugent [Cat No. ERBRD5025]. This release is a real milestone for Ted and features a no-holds-barred recording of the 6000th live performance of his remarkable career. Boasting over two hours of high octane rock ‘n’ roll and featuring classic tracks including: Cat Scratch Fever, Wang Tang Sweet Poontang, Motor City Madhouse, Wango Tango, Great White Buffalo and many more this is not for the faint-hearted. Onstage Ted is truly at his incendiary best, showcasing his incredible guitar work on that famous Gibson Byrdland and unerring ability to pen huge rock anthems. Eagle was the first visual music company to embrace High Definition and their commitment to the new technology continues with new additions to their Blu-ray catalogue. This title will be simultaneously released on DVD [Cat No. EREDV734].
On 4th July 2008 Ted Nugent celebrated Independence Day as only he could with a concert in his home city of Detroit. From the opening that sees the Nuge perform the US National Anthem in front of a military line-up and joined by a girl leaping out of a cake clad in a stars and stripes bikini, the party never stops with Nugent classics and cherished cover versions delighting a huge and enthusiastic crowd. Ted Nugent is unique, a truly larger than life character and a wonderful guitarist. What better way to enjoy Independence Day!
1) Ted Nugent Intro 2) Star Spangled Banner 3) Motor City Madhouse 4) Wango Tango 5) Free For All 6) Stormtroopin’ 7) Dog Eat Dog 8) Need You Bad 9) Weekend Warrior 10) Love Grenade
11) Honky Tonk 12) Wang Dang Sweet Poontang 13) Bo Diddley / Lay With Me 14) Baby Please Don’t Go 15) Geronimo And Me 16) Jenny Take A Ride 17) Soul Man 18) Hey Baby 19) Cat Scratch Fever 20) Stranglehold 21) Great White Buffalo 22) Fred Bear 23) Outro
Motor City Mayhem features guest appearances from Derek St Holmes, John Bee Bandanjek from the Detroit Wheels and Ted’s original guitar teacher Joe Podorsek. Ted is a one off and so is this exceptional Blu-ray release – not to be missed.