Bombers - Bombers
|Don't Stop the Music||Buy|
|Dance Dance Dance||Buy|
|Dance Dance Dance (12" Version)||Buy|
|The Mexican (12" Version)||Buy|
Bombers worked on some material with infectiously groovy beats and released their self-titled debut album in 1978. Predominantly re-workings of German techno maestro Kurt Haunenstein, the album featured mostly lengthy club-oriented numbers including Haunenstein's "Don't Stop The Music," "Dance Dance Dance," and "Super Max," as well as the Rossi-penned "Main Man", and a reworking of a traditional Mexican song called "Per Quaiche Dollero in Piu" simply dubbed "The Mexican."