Studio Albums


ted-nugent-weekend-warriors
Import only remastered edition.

Issued in 1978, hot on the heels of the ground breaking live album Double Live Gonzo!, Nugent was out to take few prisoners but plenty of scalps. Weekend Warriors is an album that solidified Nugent’s reputation as not only one of the world’s greatest showmen but also one of the savviest songwriters around. Truly a hard rock classic.

The Special Collector’s Edition was digitally remastered and features a 12-page full color booklet containing original and enhanced artwork with new photos , cuttings and full involvement from Ted Nugent. Also includes a 4,000 word Interview with Ted written by Geoff Barton, Editor Classic Rock. Rock Candy. 1978.

Producers: Lew Futterman, Cliff Davies, Tom Werman.

1978 - LP and cassette, Sony & Epic/Legacy Recordings
1987 - Legacy Recordings [Mar 3]
1990 - CD, Sony/Columbia/Epic [Oct 25]
2006 - UK CD, Rock Candy [Jul 17]
2006 - Sony/Epic
2008 - US Special Market Reissue, Sony BMG Music Entertainment [Mar 01]

Weekend Warriors

The hard-hitting tracks on Weekend Warriors confirmed Ted as a guitar hero. Says Rolling Stone: "Nugent makes heavy metal sound exactly like it's supposed to: like a motorcycle gang who's come to take your daughter away."

Despite some line-up shake-ups, Ted returned after the one-two punch of his back-to-back most successful albums, Cat Scratch Fever and Double Live Gonzo!, with Weekend Warriors. As you can tell by the album cover art, the music contained within is unabashedly Ted, complete with bile-spitting vocals and rip roaring guitar work. The album was a success, it's hard to not be impressed by the sheer viciousness of such cuts as "Weekend Warrior", "Venom Soup" and "Need You Bad".

Released: Record Label: Epic
Release Date: June 1980

  • 1. Need You Bad
  • 2. One Woman
  • 3. I Got The Feelin’
  • 4. Tight Spots
  • 5. Venom Soup
  • 6. Smokescreen
  • 7. Weekend Warriors
  • 8. Cruisin’
  • 9. Good Friends And A Bottle Of Wine
  • 10. Name Your Poison