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|1.||Dead Men Tell No Tales||03:07||Show lyrics|
|3.||Sweet Revenge||04:10||Show lyrics|
|6.||Stone Dead Forever||04:54||Show lyrics|
|7.||All the Aces||03:24||Show lyrics|
|8.||Step Down||03:41||Show lyrics|
|9.||Talking Head||03:40||Show lyrics|
|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|
|Mick Stevenson||Photography (aditional)|
|Curtis Evans||Design (reissue)|
|Jimmy Miller (R.I.P. 1994)||Producer|
|Motörhead-Bomber||80%||Iron Wizard||March 29th, 2017|
|The first AVERAGE Motorhead...||50%||TrooperEd||January 15th, 2017|
|Another direct hit||82%||Warthur||November 16th, 2011|
|In last place, for some...||92%||JamesIII||January 8th, 2010|
|Bombs Away||86%||DawnoftheShred||November 14th, 2007|
|Because they aim to please...||94%||thatcoltkid||July 28th, 2007|
|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.
Recorded at Roundhouse Recording Studios and Olympic Recording Studios between July 7th and August 31st, 1979.
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