Origin: Germany  
Genres: Power Metal
Page online: September 1, 2009
Last update/review: September 1, 2009

Enola Gay

Named for the WWII bomber that dropped the first atomic bomb, this second-tier German power metal band released three albums in the nineties, though they actually formed eight years prior in 1987. This is classsic European traditional power metal, quite competantly played though given the glut of bands playing similar material, they never really established themselves as major players in the genre. On a BNR trivia note, they are one of a number of bands on these pages (as of this writing, seven) to cover the Beatles' classic (and BNR favorite) "Eleanor Rigby".

Last Lineup

Peter Diersmann




Nico Luttenberg


Christian Meyer


Marc Könnecke


Former Members/Guests

Rainer Rage

guitars (ex-S.D.I.)


1995 Shark
  1. Intro
  2. Fly off the handle
  3. Close-cropped-head
  4. Bad news (are good news)
  5. Last generation
  6. Spectrum of colours
  7. Welcome
  8. Never be without a friend
  9. Doomwatch
  10. The sign
  11. Now or never
  • Peter Diersmann
  • Cagge
  • Rainer Rage
  • Christian Meyer
  • Marc Könnecke

1997 Cream
  1. Back to prison
  2. Near the end
  3. Who's my god ?
  4. Into the void
  5. Anxious thoughts
  6. Intrusions
  7. Where the mountain meets the sky
  8. Pain
  9. Eleanor rigby
  10. One way trip
  11. Disappointed
  • Peter Diersmann
  • Cagge
  • Christian Meyer
  • Marc Könnecke

Strange Encounter  
1999 Century Media
  1. Enola Gay
  2. Sick Society
  3. Browsing
  4. Strange Encounter
  5. Psycho Lover
  6. Awakening
  7. Rapacious Attack
  8. Desire
  9. Different I's
  10. Escare from Reality
  11. Thrill Of It All
  • Peter Diersmann
  • Cagge
  • Nico Luttenberg
  • Christian Meyer
  • Marc Könnecke

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