Stranglehold (Live)


Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Stranglehold (Live) · Ted Nugent / 泰德納金特 Double Live Gonzo ℗ 1978 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT Released on: 1990-10-09 Producer: Tom Werman Producer: Lew Futterman Assistant Producer: Ric Browde Associated Performer: Cliff Davies Associated Performer: Derek St. Holmes Re- Mastering Engineer: Mark Wilder Associated Performer: Rob Grange Auto-generated by YouTube.



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Ted Nugent 泰德納金特 Double Live Gonzo Stranglehold



John Morgan
Mile high stadium, Denver ..Super Sunday 1976-77?..The Rockets, The Cars, Heart, UFO and The motor city madman himself... changed my life it did!
TrapDaddy65
I have no idea why radio stations always play the studio version. This one is so much better. (I feel the same way about Freebird, too.)
Diann Trenkler
What tasteless idiot gave this a thumbs down?!
michael maira
the best version of this song ever. SOLID
Don Rush
Ted rocked the civic center 1976 bad ass tune!
SuperStrik9
One of the most badass rock tunes of all time.
John Smith
Grow a pair!
charlie pickard
Ted Still rockin at 68, THE BATTLE CRY
RayinPa U.S.A.
YES !!! my Wedding Song .
Dan Calestini
This is for my bro Kurt in Chicago we listened to this song every day on coke N pot 40 years ago as well of the rest of the album great white buffalo hibernation storm troopers great fuckin double live album
john g
Detroit Motor City Madman Ted Nugent use to be able rock it down.Although he was never a huge draw like Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, etc.. he was pretty decent. But, then all the rumors started flying around, and then more added to it, and then more and more. Everything from the steps he took to dodge the draft,, pooping in his pants at the physical, to charges of minor girls, it just kept adding up. It really turned a lot of his fans off. And, how he turned out later in life, after making a very nice living off regular kids, most not rich, and most peace loving kids. Then Ted comes a spokesman for the NRA, and the establishment, the very type people his fans were against. That was the final stab in the back from Ted Nugent to his fans. Then they all disappeared, forgetting all about how good he could rock. They were done with him. Many gave their Nugent records away, and some burned them in protest.
Kristian S
I heard that Fish band is gonna be playing this live during their fall tour
Fuzzy Butkus
70’s were by far the best years for rock and roll60’s hippies and Vietnam war80’s Disco 90’s boy bands and politics 00’s leave politics and religion out of Rock and Roll. Religion is for people afraid of hell,Spirituality is for those of us who’ve been there.All great Michigan bands and solos have an album cover like this.Live Bullet Bob Seger,Gonzo Terrible Ted. now kid Rocks live album
DH Thomas
Whod'a thought Obama had six YouTube accounts. Or maybe it was his husband, Michael.