|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Happy All The Time||6||Audio||1989||Boner Records|
|2||Hate Fed Love||10||Audio||1992||Reprise Records|
|3||Lucy In The Sky With Desi||9||Audio||1990||Tupelo Recording Company|
|4||Lucy In The Sky With Desi||14||Audio||1990||Tupelo Recording Company|
|6||Hits Of Acid||10||Audio||1988||Boner Records|
|7||To Elvis In Hell||10||Audio||1987||Boogadigga Records|
|8||Lucy In The Sky With Desi||9||Audio||1990-05-18||Tupelo Recording Company|
|9||Hate Fed Love||10||Audio||1992||Reprise Records|
|10||Personal Jesus||2||Audio||1990||Circus Records (10)|
American Rock Band, formed 1986 in San Francisco by Michael W. Dean, Jay Crawford and Tony Fag (Anthony Paul Short a.k.a. Blind Tony Fag).
In 1989 Jay Crawford was replaced by Douglas Arthur Hilsinger but later he rejoined the group and played together with Douglas Arthur Hilsinger.
On their last tour in 1993 Tony Fag was replaced by Bruce Ducheneaux, they also recorded a three-song session with Bruce Ducheneaux, but this record was never released. Soon after that Bomb broke up but Michael W. Dean, Jay Crawford, Douglas Arthur Hilsinger and Tony Fag reunited in 1999 to record a new EP called [i]"Lovesucker"[/i] and to play three shows in San Francisco.