Tag: Ted Nugent

Contests, TV on DVD

Popdose Giveaway: “The Midnight Special” 11-DVD Collector’s Edition Box Set

Popdose gives away a copy of The Midnight Special 11-DVD Collector's Edition!...

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Bottom Feeders, Music

Bottom Feeders: The Rock End of the ’80s, Part 35

What do the Nuge, a guy who sings in Wolof and Debbie Gibson's two-headed love child have in common? They're all part of Dave Steed's...

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Music, Podcast

The Popdose Podcast: Episode 7

On Episode 7 of the Popdose Podcast, your three favorite a**holes convene to discuss the science of a**holeology -- with a very special...

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Music, Popdose Flashback '90

Popdose Flashback ’90: Damn Yankees, “Damn Yankees”

In the spring of 1990, I was in the middle of the first long-term relationship of my adolescent life. By “long-term,” I mean...

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Music, Popdose Flashback '90

Popdose Flashback ’90: Bad Company, “Holy Water”

Twenty years ago, the reconstituted Bad Company turned Holy Water into platinum. Jeff Giles thinks it might finally be time to forgive....

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Music, The Steel Horse Archives

The Steel Horse Archives: Damn Yankees, “Where You Goin’ Now?” (1992)

Jeff Vrabel is back on his Steel Horse again, and this time, he's taking us back to a power ballad that arrived just in time for the death...

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Bottom Feeders, Music

Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’80s, Part 64

Heh, heh, heh. She said "hard on."...

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Mix Six, Music

Mix Six: “Supergroup … or Superdud?”

DOWNLOAD THE FULL MIX HERE On paper, it sounds like a moneymaking formula: take individual members from successful bands, put them together...

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Music, The Producers

The Producers: Ted Nugent Babysits, a Meaty “Free-for-All,” and Tom Werman’s “Greatest Misses”

The last installment prompted a number of responses having to do with a couple of bands that I and some of the readers feel should have...

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Music, The Producers

The Producers: Tom Werman, Chapter Seven

In this week's installment of The Producers, Tom Werman revisits the roaring '70s, including his work with the Nuge, Mother's Finest, and...

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Book Reviews, Books, How Bad Can It Be?

How Bad Can It Be?: “Ted, White, and Blue: The Nugent Manifesto”

Thank God for Ted Nugent. Seriously. The guy is a true patriot, and he has strong notions about America and what makes her great, which he...

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Music, One Day in Your Life

One Day in Your Life: March 18, 1978

March 18, 1978, is a Saturday. Deposed Pakistani prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto is convicted of murder and sentenced to death. Before...

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Music, Power Ballads

Death by Power Ballad: Tommy Shaw, “Lonely School”

Maybe eight or ten years ago, if you’d wanted to make some pretty decent money on a minimal investment, all you had to do was find a...

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Music, When Good Albums Happen to Bad People

When Good Albums Happen to Bad People: Ted Nugent, “Cat Scratch Fever”

At least in the mind of the man himself, Cat Scratch Fever is the work of the baddest mofo alive. A dude who will take your little ones...

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Consumerism, Current Events, Lists You Didn't Ask For

Lists You Didn’t Ask For: Consumer Safety Edition

Earlier this month New York attorney general Andrew Cuomo reported that he had sent his staff to 1,000 pharmacies across the state in...