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“Free-For-All” was the second solo album from the gun-totin’, rottin’ tootin’, self-styled Motor City Madman, the inimitable Ted Nugent, and his first platinum release, hitting the US Top 30 and UK Top 40 upon its release in 1976.

· Although originally recorded with long-time Nuge’ collaborator Derek St. Holmes behind the mic stand, a conflict of differences led to the lead vocals being recorded by the then unknown rock behemoth, Meat Loaf. Meat Loaf contributed vocals to ‘Writing on the Wall’, ‘Street Rats’, ‘Together’, ‘Hammerdown’ and ‘I Love You So I Told You a Lie’, though St. Holmes did make the cut for the single release of ‘Dog Eat Dog’.
· Produced by Tom Werman Ted was also joined by Rob Grange on bass guitar, and Cliff Davies on drums.
· This version includes three bonus tracks; the title track, ‘Free For All’ and ‘Dog Eat Dog’, both recorded live, plus the original, alternate version of ‘Street Rats’ with Derek St. Holmes on vocals, recorded before Meat Loaf’s brief tenure in the band. The release also includes contemporary memorabilia and an extended essay based on recent interviews with Meat Loaf, Rob Grange and Ted Nugent himself, written by Classic Rock’s Malcolm Dome.
Weight 200 kg
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1. FREE-FOR-ALL

2. DOG EAT DOG

3. WRITING ON THE WALL

4. TURN IT UP

5. STREET RATS

6. TOGETHER

7. LIGHT MY WAY

8. HAMMERDOWN

9. I LOVE YOU SO I TOLD YOU A LIE



BONUS TRACKS

10. FREE FOR ALL (LIVE)

11. DOG EAT DOG (LIVE)

12. STREET RATS (ALTERNATE VERSION WITH DEREK ST. HOLMES)

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