MOTORHEAD Bomber (2001) (RMST) (SANCTUARY RECORDS) (15 TRACKS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM

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MOTÖRHEAD Bomber (Original Bronze Recordings) (2001) (RMST) (SANCTUARY RECORDS) (15 TRACKS) 320 Kbps MP3 ALBUM

Bomber (Original Bronze Recordings) (2001) (RMST) (SANCTUARY RECORDS) (15 TRACKS)
Motörhead

Album Description:

BOMBER is the third studio album by the British heavy metal band Motörhead. One of a trifecta of classic Motörhead albums (the other two being OVERKILL and ACE OF SPADES) it is as loud, fast, raw and heavy as music gets. It was recorded in 1979, the same year as OVERKILL. The album reached number 12 on the U.K. charts and brought some of Motörhead''s most popular and all-time definitive songs, like "Bomber", "Dead Men Tell No Tales" and "Stone Dead Forever"- all showcasing Lemmy''s patented hoarse growl and distorted bass riffing to spine-tingling and head-banging effect. This album caught Lemmy at his most ferocious, hitting hard at the police in "Lawman", marriage and how his father left him and his mother in "Poison", television in "Talking Head" and show business in "All the Aces". The title track was inspired by Len Deighton''s novel BOMBER. On one track, "Step Down", "Fast" Eddie Clarke is featured on vocals.

The single "Bomber" was released on November 23, 1979, one month ahead of the album; the single''s initial pressing of 20,000 on blue vinyl was soon sold out and was replaced by black vinyl. The album was released on October 27, 1979 and, like the single, was initially pressed in blue vinyl. The ''Bomber Tour'' followed, for which a forty-foot aluminium-tube ''bomber'' was made; this had four ''engines'', whereas the plane depicted on the album sleeve (which bore a resemblance to the Heinkel He 111) had two. This lighting-rig could move backwards and forwards, and side-to-side - the first to be able to do so. The album cover features art by the English commercial artist, Adrian Chesterman who was also responsible for creating cover art for, amongst others, Chris Rea for his 1989 ROAD TO HELL album.

Motörhead: Lemmy Kilmister (vocals, bass guitar, 8-string bass); "Fast" Eddie Clarke (guitar); Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor (drums, percussion).

Recorded between July 7 & August 31, 1979 at Roundhouse and Olympic Recording Studios, London, England.

Track Listing:

1. Dead Men Tell No Tales - 3:06   
2. Lawman - 3:57   
3. Sweet Revenge - 4:16   
4. Sharpshooter - 3:19   
5. Poison - 2:54   
6. Stone Dead Forever - 4:54   
7. All The Aces - 3:24   
8. Step Down - 3:41   
9. Talking Head - 3:40   
10. Bomber - 3:40   
11. Over The Top (B-Side) - 3:21   
12. Leaving Here (Live, The Golden Years EP) - 3:02   
13. Stone Dead Forever (Alternate Take, Live, The Golden Years EP) - 5:20   
14. Dead Men Tell No Tales (Live, The Golden Years EP) - 2:54   
15. Too Late Too Late (Live, The Golden Years EP) - 3:21
 
Original Bronze Recordings.

Technical Credits:

Jimmy Miller - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Producer
"Fast" Eddie Clarke - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Composer
Lamont Dozier - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Composer
Eddie Holland - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Composer
Brian Holland - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Composer
Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Composer
Trevor Hallesy - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Engineer
Lemmy Kilmister - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Composer
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