TED NUGENT 'Re-Release Extravaganza' Scheduled For February

Eagle Rock Entertainment has set a February 3 release date for a "Ted Nugent Re-Release Extravaganza" consisting of six CDs. A press release description of the reissues reads as follows: "The soundtrack to Ted Nugent's life is the sound of a hard, fast, raging guitar. That's the way it was when Ted was a teenager in THE AMBOY DUKES putting the unforgettable riff to 'Journey To The Center Of Your Mind', that's the way it is today. This massive re-release of six of the albums that put the Nuge on the map includes: 'Full Bluntal Nugity', 'Nugent', 'Penetrator', 'Little Miss Dangerous', 'If You Can't Lick 'Em…Lick 'Em' and 'Spirit Of The Wild' [retail sales price $9.98 each, $11.98 for 'Full Bluntal', a live album of Nugent with Marco Mendoza and Tommy Aldridge]."

Ted Nugent recently launched his latest assault onto the New York Times bestseller list as his book "Ted, White, And Blue: The Nugent Manifesto" entered the Top 10 at No. 8. This marked the fiercely independent rock legend's second time charting on the New York Times bestseller list, a spot he achieved with "God, Guns, and Rock 'n' Roll" (2000). Ted's other successful books include "Kill It and Grill It", "Blood Trails: The Truth About Bowhunting" and "Blood Trails II".

Released on October 6 via Regnery Publishing, "Ted, White & Blue: The Nugent Manifesto" features 10 chapters on how to fix America. What is Ted's manifesto? "That logic, honesty, goodwill and decency will guide a person to a quality of life — and that if a wild guitar player like me can be an asset to self, family, community, country, mankind and the good earth, nobody has an excuse to be a liability," says Ted. "Doing the right thing is ridiculously easy and always much more satisfying."


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