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Long before he was bow-hunting, firearm-hoarding endangered species, Ted Nugent fronted the heavy acid-rock band Amboy Dukes. But their 1974 studio album Tooth, Fang & Claw found Amboy Dukes driving toward the guitar-dominated stadium metal that transformed Nugent into “The Nuge.” The opening “Lady Luck” gets things going with the kind of red-hot guitar leads and chugging rhythm section that would seep into 1977's Cat Scratch Fever. Trace elements of '60s-flavored guitars surface in “Living in the Woods,” especially in Nugent’s doubled fuzz-toned leads. The standout song “Hibernation” epically rocks out for nearly 10 minutes, walking the line between proto-metal and heavy metal. Rob Grange’s bass work is also to be commended, as he segues from fundamental four-string pedaling to more complex runs played higher on the neck. “Free Flight” dodges genre trappings to deliver an instrumental jam of stellar musicianship before Nugent and band kick new life into Chuck Berry’s “Maybelline.” One of Nugent’s most underrated recordings abides in “The Great White Buffalo.”

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Motor City Madmans Greatest

Growing up when Rock and Roll had meaning and took musical talent on the bands part. There was the Motor City Madman, Ted Nugent. The first Album I ever bought was Cat Sratch Fever then Free For All, and then his self titled album Ted Nugent. Then I discovered Tooth Claw and Fang. THis has to be the best Nugent creation ever. It is aparent that he had taken control of the Amboy Dukes which I think was a plus!!!! I guess the earlier Acid Rock of the Amboy Dukes is OK if you were a hippy in the 60's and early 70's but As Joe Dirt said, I'm a Rocker and nothing of Ted's rocks harder than this Album. It took talent to create these true works of art. Every song gets 5 Stars from me even Maybeline.

I love this album

I had some die hard fans as parents, they named me Sasha after the song. My dad would sing the song to me as a little girl when I was upset. It is a hard song to find and was VERY happy to have found it here!

big cat

to me , this album is what made me a fan of ted. the other albums like cat scratch fever were good, but they only had a few good songs on them-the others were filler. his later albums have taken a different direction. i cant say that they match up to this album. this album is ted nugent and his ferocity and legacy. without this album , ted would be a gardener in a nursery somewhere in america. BUY this album. it is absolutely a part of rock history. without it , well, you are just missing the action.

Tooth, Fang & Claw, Ted Nugent's Amboy Dukes
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