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Sweden Rocks

by Ted Nugent

Sweden Rocks by Ted Nugent

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Sweden Rocks

by Ted Nugent

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Label: Eagle Records
You can practically hear Sweden cowering under this full-frontal assault from the (recently relocated) Motor City Madman. The Nuge opens this live set with "Stormtroopin'," the paranoid Second Amendment anthem the NRA's been searching for, but he quickly segues into the usual guitar-soaked sexual aggression, slapping the country's collective rump as he showers it with lewd commentary. (A sample: "Grab your ankles and bend over, Rover. Let Teddy take over." Now he's doing it with dogs?) Nobody rocks with as much conviction -- or as little to say -- as Nugent.

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You can practically hear Sweden cowering under this full-frontal assault from the (recently relocated) Motor City Madman. The Nuge opens this live set with "Stormtroopin'," the paranoid Second Amendment anthem the NRA's been searching for, but he quickly segues into the usual guitar-soaked sexual aggression, slapping the country's collective rump as he showers it with lewd commentary. (A sample: "Grab your ankles and bend over, Rover. Let Teddy take over." Now he's doing it with dogs?) Nobody rocks with as much conviction -- or as little to say -- as Nugent.

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About This Album

You can practically hear Sweden cowering under this full-frontal assault from the (recently relocated) Motor City Madman. The Nuge opens this live set with "Stormtroopin'," the paranoid Second Amendment anthem the NRA's been searching for, but he quickly segues into the usual guitar-soaked sexual aggression, slapping the country's collective rump as he showers it with lewd commentary. (A sample: "Grab your ankles and bend over, Rover. Let Teddy take over." Now he's doing it with dogs?) Nobody rocks with as much conviction -- or as little to say -- as Nugent.