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Bomber

Motörhead

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 27th, 1979
Catalog ID:
201 013-320
Label:
Bronze Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
5 reviews (avg. 87%)
Side A
1. Dead Men Tell No Tales 03:07   Show lyrics
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2. Lawman 04:03   Show lyrics
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3. Sweet Revenge 04:10   Show lyrics
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4. Sharpshooter 03:19   Show lyrics
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5. Poison 02:54   Show lyrics
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Side B
6. Stone Dead Forever 04:54   Show lyrics
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7. All the Aces 03:24   Show lyrics
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8. Step Down 03:41   Show lyrics
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9. Talking Head 03:40   Show lyrics
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10. Bomber 03:43   Show lyrics
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Band members
Lemmy Kilmister (R.I.P. 2015) Bass, Vocals
Fast Eddie Clarke Guitars, Vocals (lead) (track 8)
Philthy Animal (R.I.P. 2015) Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Joe Petagno War-Pig logo
Adrian Chesterman Artwork
Trevor Hallesy Engineering
Darren Burn Tape-op
Nigel Brooke-Hartz Tape-op
Mick Stevenson Photography (aditional)
Curtis Evans Design (reissue)
Jimmy Miller (R.I.P. 1994) Producer
Lemmy Kilmister (R.I.P. 2015) Bass, Vocals
Fast Eddie Clarke Guitars, Vocals (lead) (track 8)
Philthy Animal (R.I.P. 2015) Drums
Joe Petagno War-Pig logo
Adrian Chesterman Artwork
Trevor Hallesy Engineering
Darren Burn Tape-op
Nigel Brooke-Hartz Tape-op
Mick Stevenson Photography (aditional)
Curtis Evans Design (reissue)
Jimmy Miller (R.I.P. 1994) Producer
Read Another direct hit 82% Warthur November 16th, 2011
Read In last place, for some... 92% JamesIII January 8th, 2010
Read Bombs Away 86% DawnoftheShred November 14th, 2007
Read Because they aim to please... 94% thatcoltkid July 28th, 2007
Read Ze bombah!! Ze bombah!!! 80% UltraBoris September 17th, 2004

Named after a Len Deighton novel.

All tracks by Kilmister, Clarke & Taylor.

On Bomber-tour 1979-1980 Motörhead used a Bomber-scale model on the stage, above the band. The model was many metres long and weighted over 500 kilos. The bomber was stolen on the Iron Fist-tour, but they made up a new in mid 90's.

Recording information:

Recorded at Roundhouse Recording Studios and Olympic Recording Studios between July 7th and August 31st, 1979.

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