Mario Goudreault | Canada, Quebec | 09/01/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Good album, BOMBERS II, their second one has better hits. Here are some details about the cd.Label Unidisc
CDU Part# 1464469
All Time Sales Rank 180500
Street Date Jun 29, 2000
Additional Info Canada TRACK LISTING
> Song Title
1. Don't Stop The Music
2. Dance To Dance
5. Main Man
6. Dance Dance Dance (12"Version)
7. Mexican (12"Version)"
Disco-Sound for the eternity
Rockslave | Switzerland (www.rockslave.ch/) | 01/02/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm very surprised about the existence of this record on CD. I own this fine vinyl over 20 years. I love it! It's a well known title in my collection and was played hundreds of times all over the years. What a pleasure to have now the possibility to get also the second album, that will be recommended as the better than the first one!"
Bland Initial Effort
disco75 | State College, PA United States | 11/27/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The first Bombers album, released in 1978, contains an uneven and mostly ineffective set of songs aimed at the dance floors. The group's members included Gino Soccio and Denis Lepage, who would soon go on to other projects to much greater success. Westend Records, the original U.S. distributor, released the tracks "Mexican" and "Dance Dance Dance" in 12" format for the discos. They garnered some airplay but are not especially strong cuts. The other tracks on the album fare even less well. The group seemed to be making instrumental rock songs with a danceable beat; this didn't really work. The follow up album showed great improvement."