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  • CD (5 juillet 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Enregistrement original remasterisé
  • Label: Epic/Legacy
  • ASIN : B0000259FL
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par DUNCANIDAHO TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 14 septembre 2012
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Deuxième opus de celui qui s'est proclamé pendant vingt ans le plus grand guitariste du monde, "Free for All" continue sur la lancée du premier album.
Assisté de Rob Grange, son ancien acolyte des Amboy Dukes à la basse, de Cliff Davies aux drums et de Derek St Holmes à la guitare rythmique et aux chants, Nugent nous délivre ici un aperçu sanglant de son art de la violence du riff qui assomme et de la sauvagerie du chorus qui tue.
Alors bien sûr son backin' band est un peu lourd, les compos un peu baclées et ne sont souvent qu'un alibi aux soli dévastateurs de Nugent, mais on est ici en présence d'un hard rock du plus bel effet, héritier des MC5 et autres Cactus avec une rage de jouer qui fait encore son effet 35 ans après.
On oubliera des textes assez pauvres et on se régalera de la faconde fureur de Nugent qui, s'il n'est pas LE plus grand, est à cet époque un des plus formidables breteurs des USA et sans doute le guitariste le plus complet et le plus fin des States dans sa catégorie ceci malgré le volume sonore déployé, ce qui lui coutera un tympan (et une partie de sa cervelle diront les mauvaises langues !).
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Ted's best because of group effort 13 mars 2006
Par C.H. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is Ted Nugent's best album. It's also interesting because of the diversity of involvement including vocals from Meat Loaf, Derek St Holmes, and Ted himself and some diversity in the songwriting credits. Ted writes 6 songs by himself but other band members cover the duties for three others. It helps because Ted's writing has always been somewhat limited by his habit of writing everything in the key of A minor because of the advantages this gives to guitar players. A number of songs on this album are in this category as were a few on the first album. The other songwriters bring different structures to bear which I think actually better showcase Ted's guitar playing by providing a better backdrop for his solos. The other reviews refer to the Derek St Holmes departure and return while this was being made. St Holmes was back some for Cat Scratch Fever, but was gone for good after that. Ted had taken over all control at that point and the lack of any real creativity is sadly evidenced on all further albums. But, back to this album:

1. Free for All - One of Ted's songs but a little different than his usual structure. An excellent opener.

2. Dog Eat Dog - Ted's A minor stuff but very solid. Lyrically, he had not yet degenerated to writing all the rhyming yank me crank me garbage. There's some interesting visuals conjured by the song.

3. Writing on the Wall - Son of Strangehold but more diverse and filled with powerful vocals from Meat Loaf.

4. Turn It Up - Ted's again but this is a fun little ditty.

5. Street Rats - Ted's A minor stuff again but again really solid. As above, he was putting some efforts into lyrics and I have always remembered the phrase "post-war anti-social" as a reference point for a more realist and cynical opposition far beyond the idealism of the anti-war hippies.

6. Together - Best song on the album. A proto power ballad. Written by the drummer, Cliff Davies, and the bass player, Rob Grange. Some great work by Ted on guitar. Great vocals by Meat Loaf. Very un-Ted-like but it's a beautiful song.

7. Light My Way - A Derek St Holmes / Rob Grange rocker that gives Ted a great backing riff to solo against.

8. Hammerdown - A heavy rocker written by Ted (in E minor another guitar friendly key) with Meat Loaf providing very strong vocals.

9. Love You so I told You a Lie - A Cliff Davies tune that is a great closer to the album. Meat Loaf again does great work.

Overall, this is the last album when it appears there was any counterwight to Ted's ego. Ergo, it's the last really good album. Cat Scratch Fever had a few moments but it was pretty much downhill from there. I am reviewing this because I recently purchased the remastered version of some Ted songs to make my own personal best-of and realized that I was buying every song from this album. And, they still sounded fresh to me. It's a shame that there wasn't a way for the band to co-exist because the other members had complementary talents that made it posible for Ted's guitar work to be highlighted better.
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Ted Nugent - 'Free For All' (Sony) 3 1/2 stars 30 décembre 2005
Par Mike Reed - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Originally released in 1976, as 'Free For All' was Nugent's second solo record. Wasn't quite as good as his first self-titled lp, mostly because of the exit from the band of rhythm guitarist / vocalist Derek St. Holmes JUST prior to the recording of this album. It's still decent, though with Nugent classics like the title track "Free For All", "Dog Eat Dog", "Street Rats" (until recently, I haven't this tune in years) and the in-your-face "Hammerdown". You get the lp's nine original tracks, with three bonus cuts tagged on. Nice.
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One of the Nuge's best (4.5 stars) 31 octobre 2011
Par John Alapick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Although sandwiched in between his classic albums (Ted Nugent, Cat Scratch Fever, and Double Live Gonzo respectively), Free For All is a very strong disc from Ted Nugent. All of the albums Ted did with vocalist/guitarist Derek St. Holmes were his best but during this time they were at odds during the recording process. Therefore, Meat Loaf contributes his distinctive vocals to some of the tracks and does a fine job. As for the songs, all of them are very good with no mediocrity to be found. The title track is the most well known song and is one of his best. Featuring one of Ted's most memorable lyrics and a ton of hooks, this is a classic that Ted and his band continue to play today. His guitar work is killer as usual, taking the fast paced rockers "Turn It Up", "Light My Way", and "Hammerdown" up a notch. "Street Rats", "I Love You So I Told You a Lie", and "Dog Eat Dog" are also strong tracks with a lot of attitude. On the epic "Writing on the Wall", Ted tries to replicate the awesome vibe that made "Stranglehold" special and while it doesn't reach those heights, it's still pretty good. "Together" is a very good ballad and with its piano and theatrics, plays a bit like a prelude to the sound that Meat Loaf would gain fame with on Bat Out Of Hell. Free For All is one of the best from the Motor City Madman and is definitely worth owning if you like `70s hard rock.
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Hammerdown 8 mai 2011
Par Bloodbath_and_Beyond - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Nugents 1976 sophomore record is actally probably better than the first, although the debut record holds a high place because of its large batch of rock staples, Free-For-All has less known songs but theyre all pretty good. The title track being the hit and most known cut here, its still a classic for party rock fans. Dog Eat Dog being the other popular radio cut here it has a great riff, slightly heavier than anything off the first record. The rest of the album is very inspired however its more or less famous for featuring Meat Loaf on vocals on a couple songs via the producer. This was due to St Holmes getting into musical squabbles with Nuge and temporarily leaving the band but he did rejoin during the recording. This is of course was pre 'Bat Out Of Hell' Meat Loaf and his appearence here makes a big difference and adds a nice variety in the songs, along with St Holmes on vocals as well, it really comes off as more of a band album before Nuge would actually take over the spotlight, making it the last record to do so. Writing On The Wall is the first Meat lead vocal spot and it is pretty much of a rewrite of Stranglehold but with a little more versatility happening. Its a good song for sure. Turn It Up features some great groove rock sections and Street Rats, another Meat Loaf sung track is a semi Nuge classic. Together is the most unique song here, like the first albums jazzy inspired song You Make Me Feel Right At Home, an attempt to give some diversity in the proceedings, its a slower keyboard laced number that also features some firey guitar work via Nuge and a highlight vocal from Meat.

Of course anyone over anaylzing Nugents work wont find a whole lot of "critic praised" type rock, Together is one of those moments which revealed some more depth in Nugent's cannon. But before long, the band returns to its 'baby baby' blooze rock with a fun track Light My Way and its no different for Hammerdown a more chugging rocker that adds some fuel to the pack of songs, a gritty vocal from Meat Loaf also kicks this one into high gear. Its really cool to see Meat Loaf singing hard rock and makes one wonder what if. Closing the album up with I Love You But I Told You Lie, at first glance seems like a filler giving its benign title but its actually a fun and somewhat anthemic rocker. Once again Ted Nugent and band werent making respectable rock operas here its straight forward 35 min rock n roll albums and if you have any respect in your hard rock/heavy metal collection, Free For All is essential. A gem of a party rock n roll album that never lets up.
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Ted Nugent:Mad Dog 21 septembre 2010
Par Luiz Claudio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Free for All is a single disk. Ted Nugent continued overcoming the limits which resulted in an album full of energy. Emphasis on music Free for All, Dog Eat Dog, Writing on the Wall and Together. Disc recommended for those wishing to experience the true sound of Ted Nugent.
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