TED NUGENT Planning To Record New Album In 2005

Ted Nugent has told Launch Raido Networks that he is planning on releasing a new album next year. According to Ted, he has worked up a batch of new material, including songs with titles like "Bridge Over Troubled Daughter", "Girl Scout Cookies", "Still Alive And Well" and "Funk You". Nugent says that judging by the reaction of his band to the new tunes, he can't wait to record them. "Every musician wants to create that kind of throbbing, angry, joyous rock-out," he said. "And when I show my musicians these things, they just go nuts, like it was the first time we heard the ROLLING STONES' record. And that's pretty indicative to me. So I'm excited as hell about it."

The album will be Nugent's first release since 2002's "Craveman".


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