Ted Nugent's bad-boy persona is stamped with a sneer and a swagger that defines the distance between him and other rockers from the late '60s and early '70s. The difference is clear not only in his unapologetic disdain for drugs and his unabashed enthusiasm for guns but also his conservative allegiances. At 61, Nugent shows no sign of mellowing. His grit and defiance are imbedded in a string of albums stretching from the early '70s onward. His latest jaunt, "Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead," convened only after Ted indulged in a favorite pastime — hunting... More >>>