Friday, January 29, 2021

Ted Nugent - Weekend Warriors (1978)

Ted Nugent - Weekend Warriors (1978)

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Side one
1. "Need You Bad"     4:19
2. "One Woman"   4:04
3. "I Got the Feelin'" 3:05
4. "Tight Spots"   2:55
5. "Venom Soup"    5:47

Side two
6. "Smokescreen"      4:15
7. "Weekend Warriors"    3:09
8. "Cruisin'"     3:26
9. "Good Friends and a Bottle of Wine"     4:00
10. "Name Your Poison"     4:30


Ted Nugent – lead and rhythm guitars, lead and backing vocals, bass guitar (10), percussion
Charlie Huhn – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar (2)
John Sauter – bass guitar (except where noted)
Cliff Davies – drums, electronic drums, producer
David Hull – bass guitar (2, 5, 6, 8)

Ted Nugent Band members
Ted Nugent – lead guitar, vocals, bass, percussion (1974–present)
Greg Smith – bass, backing vocals (2007–present)
Jason Hartless – drums (2016–present)
Rob Grange – bass (1971–1978)
Derek St. Holmes – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (1974–1976, 1976–1978, 1982, 1993–1995, 2011–2016)
Cliff Davies – drums (1974–1981)
Meat Loaf – vocals (1976)
Charlie Huhn – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (1978–1982)
Carmine Appice – drums (1982–1983)
Brian Howe – vocals (1984–1985)
Dave Amato – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (1985–1988)
Chuck Wright – bass (1987-1988)
Ricky Phillips – bass
Alan St. John – keyboard
Marco Mendoza – bass
Tommy Aldridge – drums
Tommy Clufetos – drums (2002–2005, 2007)
Barry Sparks – bass (2003–2007)
Mick Brown – drums, backing vocals (2005–2016)
Jack Blades – bass, backing vocals (2007)
Jonathan Kutz – drums (2014)
Johnny Bee Badanjek – drums (2014)


Ted Nugent discography solo
Ted Nugent (1975)
Free-for-All (1976)
Cat Scratch Fever (1977)
Double Live Gonzo! (1978)
Weekend Warriors (1978)
State of Shock (1979)
Scream Dream (1980)
Intensities in 10 Cities (1981)
Nugent (1982)
Penetrator (1984)
Little Miss Dangerous (1986)
If You Can't Lick 'Em...Lick 'Em (1988)
Spirit of the Wild (1995)
Craveman (2002)
Love Grenade (2007)
Shutup & Jam! (2014)
The Music Made Me Do It (2018)


Weekend Warriors is the 4th studio album by American hard rock musician Ted Nugent. The album was released in September 1978, by Epic Records.

It was the first Ted Nugent album not to feature Derek St. Holmes until Nugent in 1982. Instead, Charlie Huhn, the new guitarist for Nugent, performed on the album and several other albums until Holmes returned. Rob Grange left for good, citing the lack of credit for co-song writing and suspicions about Nugent's creative accounting, which was building his hunting dynasty instead of paying the band.

The front sleeve-art was by British artist Jeff Cummins and was originally commissioned by Oui magazine, to accompany an interview with Nugent. Nugent liked what he saw and the artwork was recommissioned by CBS, with additional work being carried out for use as the album sleeve.

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