Love Bomb is the fourth album released in 1975 by the British singer-songwriter Lynsey de Paul. The album was recorded at the Marquee Studios, London, England, produced by de Paul and arranged by Tony Hymas, with Terry Cox playing drums, John Dean percussion, Chris Rea guitar and Frank McDonald bass. The striking sleeve cover photo of de Paul in U.S military style clothing was taken by Brian Aris.
The album has been critically acclaimed including by de Paul's peers, such as musician, journalist, author Bob Stanley and was a notable album. The album was featured as one of Billboard 's recommended LPs in 27 December 1975 issue of Billboard magazine, and also received a positive reviews in 27 December 1975 issue of Cashbox, with the reviewer writing "The ingrained sultreyness of Lynsey De Paul’s voice is the major focal point on "Love Bomb " The textured soulfulness of her pop oriented vocals makes the most of ballad and lightly up-tempo numbers. An effective adjunct to the singing is some carefully orchestrated instrumentals that seem to change moods in tandem with the singing registers. Good AM possibilities with equally strong chances at middle of the road and disco oriented stations. Top cuts include "You Are The Happiest Day Of My Life," "Sugar Shuffle,” "Hug And Squeeze Me" and “Season To Season" as well as High Fidelity and Stereo Review