Producers: Lew Futterman, Cliff Davies, Tom Werman.
Despite some line-up shake-ups, Ted Nugent returned after the one-two punch of his back-to-back most successful albums, CAT SCRATCH FEVER and DOUBLE LIVE GONZO, with another big hit--1978's 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.
Although the album was a success, it contains few songs that have become concert or radio standards. However, while there's not an immediate hitting anthem like "Cat Scratch Fever" or "Free For All," it's hard to not be impressed by the sheer viciousness of such cuts as "Weekend Warrior," "Venom Soup," and "Need You Bad."