Just like the quality of the movies, two of the three Daniel Craig Bond themes are fantastic and one is just OK. Listen to all three as we close out our month long tribute to Bond music.
Our musical journey through Bond continues with the Dalton and Brosnan movies, which features one of the best Bond themes along with easily the worst.
Kicking things off with a bang with Live and Let Die by Paul McCartney and Wings, the Roger Moore era had a number of memorable theme songs from the likes of Carly Simon, Shirley Bassey, Duran Duran and Sheena Easton.
This month for Musical Montage we’re featuring all the music from Bond, starting with the Connery (and Lazenby) era, which introduced the classic Bond theme as well as the concept of the crazy intro sequences and song that has become a staple of the series.
The month of Halloween Musical Montages comes to a close with arguably the “Jingle Bells” of Halloween, Bobby Pickett’s “Monster Mash”.
MC Hammer brings his hip hop sensibilities to the Addams mansion for the single off the movie’s soundtrack, “Addams Groove”.
Taking refuge in a creepy mansion after their bus breaks down, the Backstreet Boys find themselves transformed into classic horror monsters in the video for “Everybody”.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like if Freddy Krueger rapped, wonder no more because it happens in The Fat Boys’ “Are You Ready for Freddy?”.
Kicking off our month long celebration of Halloween and horror the only way you can, with the epic that is the 13 minute music video for Michael Jackson’s Thriller.
Creator of perhaps the ultimate 90’s club jam, Haddaway, finds himself in a strange gothic vampire brothel in the official music video for What is Love.