9 thoughts on “ Dead Men Tell No Tales - Motörhead - Bomber (CD, Album) ”

  1. Bomber, an Album by Motörhead. Released 27 October on Bronze (catalog no. BRON ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heavy Metal, Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Lemmy (bass, lead vocals, songwriter), Fast Eddie Clarke (guitar, songwriter), Philthy Animal Taylor (drums, percussion, body percussion, songwriter), Jimmy Miller (producer), Trevor Hallesy (engineer), Darren Burn (aka_text {tape op} role_id.
  2. Feb 18,  · Provided to YouTube by Sanctuary Records Dead Men Tell No Tales · Motörhead Bomber ℗ Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company Guitar: Eddie Clarke Bass, Vocals: Ian Kilmister Drums.
  3. Track 11 originally released as single B-side of " Bomber " in Tracks 12 to 15 originally released as EP " 'The Golden Years' Live EP " in Tracks 1 to 11 recorded at Roundhouse Recording Studios, London, and Olympic Recording Studios, London, between July 7th - August 31st, /5(1).
  4. Bomber: Live At Le Mans, 3rd November Overkill: Stay Clean: No Class: Metropolis: All The Aces: Dead Men Tell No Tales: I'll Be Your Sister: Lawman: Too Late, Too Late: Poison: (I Won't) Pay Your Price: Sharpshooter: Capricorn: Train Kept A-Rollin: Bomber: /5.
  5. Bomber (Full Album) Last updated on May 24, ; Play all Share. Loading Save. Sign in to YouTube. Sign in. Dead Men Tell No Tales by Motörhead Official. Lawman by Motörhead Official.
  6. Jul 07,  · There are a couple killers here, namely "Dead Men Tell No Tales," "Stone Dead Forever," and "Bomber," but overall, the songs of Bomber aren't as strong as those of Overkill were. Granted, this is somewhat of a moot point to raise, as Bomber is still a top-shelf Motörhead album, one of their all-time best, without question.
  7. Love it: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Lawman, Sweet Revenge, Step Down, Bomber Hate it: none Definitely not as solid and consistent as Overkill, nevertheless Bomber is still a great album and there are a few great (and underrated) tracks, you might just have to dig a little harder. In fact I slightly prefer Bomber than Overkill. 'Dead Men Tell No Tales' and the title track are the two obvious classics.
  8. Nov 09,  · Dead Men Tell No Tales Shooting up away and back, A bit of guts is all that you lack, Far behind the stable door, I know you've met that horse before, But I don't care for sky, And this sure ain't.
  9. Protect the Innocent is a 4-CD compilation album by the band Motörhead, released in August Protect the Innocent; Compilation album by. Motörhead. Released: 25 August Genre: Heavy metal, speed metal: "Dead Men Tell No Tales" ~ Bomber: Disc 2; No. Title Original Release Length; 1. "Stone Dead Forever" ~ Bomber.

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