Soft Bomb

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Soft Bomb
Studio album by The Chills
Released 1992
Label Slash Records
Producer Gavin MacKillop
The Chills chronology
Submarine Bells
(1990)
Soft Bomb
(1992)
Heavenly Pop Hits - The Best of The Chills
(1994)
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Soft Bomb is an album by New Zealand group, The Chills released in 1992. It was the follow-up to 'Submarine Bells' which had hit number 1 in New Zealand in 1990. Released to good reviews, 'Soft Bomb' was followed by a world tour with an enlarged Chills line-up. Unfortunately in the midst of their US tour, financial backing and promotion was withdrawn for the album and tour. This line-up of the band disintegrated and Martin Phillipps would take some time to rebuild the band. Phillipps parted company with Slash Records after this album and tour

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Martin Phillips.

  1. "The Male Monster from the Id"
  2. "Background Affair"
  3. "Ocean Ocean"
  4. "Soft Bomb"
  5. "there is no harm in trying"
  6. "Strange Case"
  7. "Soft Bomb II"
  8. "So Long"
  9. "Song for Randy Newman etc."
  10. "Sleeping Giants"
  11. "Double Summer"
  12. "Sanctuary"
  13. "Halo Fading"
  14. "there is no point in trying"
  15. "Entertainer"
  16. "Water Wolves"
  17. "Soft Bomb III"