In a very early Cosmic Hearse post, I was doting on Bomb and said that they may have been the greatest band to ever come out of San Francisco. I maintain that statement and offer this brief live set from roughly 1991 to further my case. This was recorded at the Kennel Club which is now The Independent, it's right up the street from my place. The set opens with Bomb's most gorgeous, yet unsettling, song "Gigi." A smattering of songs from the essential Hits of Acid and their 1992 major label failure Hate Fed Love (still a great album) follow. Bomb epitomized all that was excessive, unsavory, and venereal about San Francisco in the late '80s/early '90s. They were real, they were great, they were real great. They were the best and the worst in men. Their stark honesty and unique sonic approach are a thing of the past, and I miss them. Thanks, Michael, Jay, Doug and Tony for the genuine and beautiful art.
Also check out bassist/singer/lyricist Michael Dean's Bomb website with more info.