[Ted Nugent album]
Free-For-All is the second release from American guitarist Ted Nugent and his first album to go platinum. Rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist Derek St. Holmes left during the recording of the album due to growing conflicts between Nugent and himself, also citing the direction that the album was taking, as a reason. St. Hol
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[Michael Penn album]
Free-for-All was singer-songwriter Michael Penn`s second full-length record, released in 1992 on RCA. There were no big hit singles of the strength of his only top 40 hit, 1989`s "No Myth", but the album did feature two songs that reached the Top 20 on the Modern Rock Charts; "Long Way Down (Look What the Cat Drug In)"
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"Free-for-All" is the first song on Ted Nugent second`s album Free-for-All and the only track on the entire album that Nugent sang himself. ...
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