Goldfinger (GOLDFINGER – 1964)
It’s like Ethel Merman went on a hallucinogenic acid trip and brought the sleaziest horn section in Vegas along for the ride. In a bad way.
Nobody Does it Better (LIVE AND LET DIE – 1973)
Only Carly Simon could have written a Bond theme with enough magic to convince Robbie Williams to sample it on “Millennium.”
Tomorrow Never Dies (TOMORROW NEVER DIES – 1997)
Either a metaphor for post-coital exhaustion or a rare example of autoscopy in pop lyrics.
Alicia Keys & Jack White
Another Way to Die (QUANTUM OF SOLACE – 2008)
What do Jack White, Alicia Keys and 007 have in common? Nothing.