Bomp! current catalogue

Iggy Pop & James Williamson
Kill City – restored CD
Iggy Pop & James Williamson
Kill City Green Vinyl Ltd. Ed.
SORROWS
Bad Times Good Times CD
SORROWS
Red Vinyl Ltd. Edition
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The POPPEES
Pop Goes The Anthology CD
The POPPEES
LP Orange Vinyl Ltd. Ed.
The LOONS
Red Dissolving Rays Of Light
The LOONS
Red Vinyl Ltd. Edition
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The TELESCOPES
Untitled #2 Orange Vinyl Ltd.
The TELESCOPES
Untitled #2 CD
BOOK – BOMP2
Born In The Garage
BOOK – BOMP
Saving the World …
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300 pages – soft cover

color – hard cover

The TELESCOPES
Untitled #2 – orange vinyl Ltd.
The TELESCOPES
Approved – Fuschia Vinyl Ltd.
GRAVEDIGGER V
Black & hairy – red vinyl Ltd.
TELL-TALE HEARTS
Anthology 1983/1986 CD
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Started in 1974 Bomp! records is the oldest independent rock label in the US. Over the years the label has featured punk,
pop, powerpop, garage rock, new wave, old school rock, and neo-psychedelia among other genres. The current catalogue
includes music by Iggy & The Stooges, The Telescopes, DMZ, The Zeros, Black Lips, Stiv Bators/Dead Boys, The Weirdos,
BBQ, Nikki & The Corvettes, The Poppees, The Loons, and many others. Two books about Bomp! have been published : Saving The World One Record At A Time by Suzy Shaw & Mick Farren (Ammo 2007) and Born In The Garage by Suzy Shaw & Mike Stax (Bomp/Ugly Things 2009)

The WEIRDOS
Destroy All Music CD
The WEIRDOS
Yellow Vinyl Silk Screen Ed.
NIKKI & The CORVETTES
LP ltd. edition
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IGGY & The STOOGES
I’m Sick Of You! CD
IGGY & The STOOGES
Open Up & Bleed CD
BARRACUDAS
Through The Mysts Of Time CD
BARRACUDAS
Through The Mysts Of Time
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Stiv Bators
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25th Anniversary Edition
Stiv Bators

L.A. Confidential

25th Anniversary Edition
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BBQ

Tie Your Noose
Black Lips
Black Lips
We Did Not Know
the Forest Spirit Made
the Flowers Grow
Nikki & The Corvettes
S/T
Barracudas
Through
the Mysts of Time
Coffin Lids

‘Round Midnight
The Weirdos Destroy All Music
Don’t Push Me Around
The Pandoras
It’s About Time
Les Hell On Heels

S/T

Hypstrz

Remastered Reissue
Hypsterization!
Hypstrz

Live At The Longhorg
Remastered Reissue

Iggy & The Stooges
Open Up & Bleed
Laugh In The Dark
DMZ
Relics
The Last
LA Explosion
The Telescopes
As Approved by The Committee
Warlocks
Rise and Fall

Be A Caveman V.A.
The Barracudas
This UK combo actually made the charts in 1981 with their super-charged Flamin’ Groovies influenced surf-punk sound, and it was Bomp that released their classic first album in the US.

 

Stiv Bators / The Dead Boys
With the Dead Boys, Stiv Bators was a ferocious post-Iggy Pop punk rocker, full of bleak, energetic nihilism and violence. When the group fell apart in the early ’80s, Bators cut an album that departed from his group’s sonic attack – it actually approaches power pop at times – without losing his dynamic punk persona. It was the only full-length solo album he ever completed. — AMG

 

Beachwood Sparks
This stunning band emerged from L.A. in 1998 and has been getting better and better with each passing week. Their blend of country-rock and space-jams has delighted growing audiences. See the full story and find out about their Bomp recordings, including the debut LP, released by Bomp while the CD was on SubPop.

 

DMZ
DMZ was one of the great rock & roll bands of all time. Emerging in 1976, at the height of punk rock, they were unlike anyone else, yet punker than all of them. Combining raw ’60s garage raunch with the intensity of the Stooges and the exuberance of the NY Dolls, they demonstrated a path that rock might well have taken had not the Sex Pistols captured the punk banner.

 

The Embrooks
This British band has been bending the minds of "freakbeat" fans around the world, with a series of great 45s, an LP, and their triumphant appearance at 1999′s Las Vegas Grind. Their Our New Day album, recorded exclusively for Voxx, was acclaimed one of the ten best releases of 2000.

 

The Gravedigger V
If The Tale-Hale Hearts were San Diego’s classiest band in the ’80s, this was the nastiest-sounding, the band who perhaps came closest of all to the authentic naive stupidity of their real punk roots. (They later evolved into The Morlocks.) Plenty of cool photos from our files here.

 

Iggy & The Stooges
Through its Iguana Chronicles, Bomp has been tracing the history of the Stooges through their final recordings and tours. All the records in the series are described here with track listings, and there are links to our Photo Gallery (which has a section for each phase of the band’s career, including many never published photos) plus links to other Iggy sites on the Web.

 

The Last
An anomaly of sorts in the first wave of L.A. punk bands, this early beach-punk combo combined uncompromising politically-savvy street punk songs with beautifully interpreted surf and British Invasion style harmonies and an unfailing pop sense. Their 1979 album "L.A. Explosion" was overlooked at the time, but has since been recognized as a true classic of its time–and for all time. It was reissued on CD by Bomp in early 2003.

 

The Miracle Workers
This is fondly-remembered band is one of Bomp’s most consistent best sellers, more than a decade after its release. And no surprise, because as garage bands go, this one had so much talent that audiences were stunned by the quality of their songwriting (3 members wrote), playing (3 guitars including 12-string Vox, Farfisa, etc, and everyone a wiz) and just general excellence. This first album captured all of that, while their later records were made after some of the best members had departed.

 

Nikki & The Corvettes
This all-girl trio (backed by ex-Romantic Peter James) came out of Detroit in the late ’70s and quickly became darlings of the nation’s punk scene, touring relentlessly and breaking countless hearts along the way. Bomp produced their first (and only) album and it has never lost its appeal. In years to come they became a huge influence on groups from the Bobbyteens to the Donnas. Note: as of 2003, Nikki has a brand new 45 out!

 

Pandoras
Our favorite all-girl band, arguably the high point of the ’80s garage revival, and one with no lack of rumors, gossip, dirt, and controversy which we’ve not hestitated to round up and preserve for posterity. Also a photo gallery illustrating their gradual rise from a somewhat homely, overweight combo to the epitome of go-go pulchritude and then, alas, heavy metal sleaze. It’s all here.

 

Tell-Tale Hearts
Along with the Chesterfield Kings, possibly the classiest band ever to revive the ’60s garage style.

 


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