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Motor City Mayhem: 6,000th Concert [Blu-ray] [2009] [US Import]

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x8fc64dd4) out of 5 stars 45 reviews
20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x996faad4) out of 5 stars A MUST HAVE FOR YOUR COLLECTION 13 July 2009
By J. Eden - Published on
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
If you are a Ted Nugent fan or just an appreciator of good hard fun Rock n Roll, this is a must have. This was filmed locally in Michigan at DTE (formerly to most of us "Pine Knob")last July 4th, 2008. It was a celebration of freedom and in your face guitar riffs and lyrics that you have come to know and love. What made it even more special was Derrick St.Holmes was on hand to sing Stranglehold, Hey Baby and more. That in itself was worth the money spent on the video. GET IT. YOU WILL LOVE IT.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8fc5c900) out of 5 stars This Blu-ray is just what the Doctor ordered!! 3 Jun. 2010
By David Galloway - Published on
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Ordered this because I thought the Full Frontal Nugidity DVD concert could be improved on and I was correct.This Blu-ray with Derek St. Holmes as special guest on vocals during "Stranglehold" and "Hey Baby" is worth the price. I wish Derek could have done 10 songs as he is the true voice of Nugent for the 1975-1978 song period. Would love to have heard "Just what the Doctor Ordered".I've been a Ted Nugent Fan since the Amboy Dukes and this is a great way to enjoy "Uncle Ted" in all his 4th of July Glory. Long live the hollow-body Gibson. He's a true American in a time when it may not be glamorous!! Crank it up,crank it up and enjoy Nugent at his best.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8fa35180) out of 5 stars Ted Nugent "Motor City Mayhem" = 100% Pure American Patriotic Muscle Rock = A1+!!!!!!!!!!!!! 8 Sept. 2009
By Gary Covington - Published on
Format: DVD
This in a "landmark" concert celebrating Ted's 6,000th concert. It was filmed on the 4th of July, 2008, at the DTE Energy Music Centre in Ted's hometown of Detroit.
An Energy Centre is a great place for a concert like this, because, this is a very entergetic concert! It is also a celebration of 40+ years of touring, all over the world by Ted Nugent. Also, it is a celebration of Freedom, Independence, and the 4th of July (The "Birthday of our Nation). The crowd is really into this one, and Ted has excellent interaction with the crowd of 20,000+ people. At the beginning you get a beautiful woman, dressed in a bikini, coming out of a large 4th of July, imitation birthday day cake.

The basic line-up includes:
Ted Nugent on lead vocals, lead guitar and bow & arrow.
Mick Brown on "Thunder" drums.
Greg Smith on "Funkbrother" bass.

Also, you get guest musicians as follows:
Motor City Drummer Johnny Lee.
Bloodbrother Derek St.Holmes on guitar.
Guitar Teacher Joe Podorsik.

The song set is as follows:
1.Ted Nugent Intro
2.Star Spangled Banner
3.Motor City Madhouse
4.Wango Tango
5.Free for All
7.Dog eat Dog
8.Need You Bad
9.Weekend Warrior
10.Love Grenade
11.Honky Tonk (with Joe Podorsek)
12.Wang Dang Sweet Poontang
13.Bo Diddley/Lay With Me
14.Baby Please Don't Go
15.Geronimo and Me
16.Jenny Take a Ride (with Johnny "Bee" Bananjek)
17.Soul Man
18.Hey Baby (with Derek St.Holmes)
19.Cat Scratch Fever (with Derek St.Holmes)
20.Stranglehold (with Derek St.Homes)
21.Great White Buffalo
22.Fred Bear

Overall, this is an outstanding, "high-entergy", well performed concert by Ted and his band, and the guest musicians. The approxiamte running time is 123 minutes.
This is Ted Nugent at his best. This is pure 100% American Rock & Roll at its best!!!! Thanks!!!!
HASH(0x8fc1a48c) out of 5 stars Bad Bunch of Ted Nugent Motor City Mayhem Concert DVDs 12 Jan. 2015
By Lana D. Cramer - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Son purchased for my husband for Christmas .. first one came with defective issues .. #11 song was bad with horrible digital noise boxes, sound, re-ordered and received 2nd one last week with same digital noise boxes, sounds, etc pretty much in same place. Maybe they sent the same one back? Bad press, bad bunch. Maybe made in Mexico. May want to hold off ordering for a while until the bad DVD concert presses are returned/disposed of. Very annoying. On a good note though .. they were timely shipped out.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9042a030) out of 5 stars Ted Nugent: Motor City Mayhem 10 Sept. 2009
By Hayden R. Austin - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I love Uncle Ted. His 6,000th concert has to be one of his best. He brings the rock, and a few surprise guests and surprise songs along this rock n' roll thrillride of full bluntal nuggity! Buy it if you're a Ted-Fan!
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