James Bond 007: all theme songs from 1962 to 2021

All James Bond, 007 agent, theme songs are special songs, let’s review and listen to them all.

Of all the musical themes from 007 made to date, the one that has attracted the most comments is the one played by Billie Eilish.
At 18, Billie is the youngest interpreter of a James Bond theme in the history of the franchise.
The film, which was originally scheduled for May 2020, had its premiere postponed to November because of the coronavirus pandemic.
But this week again postponed to April 2, 2021, leaving many fans sad.

To lessen the sadness of James Bond fans, we made a selection with all the theme videos from the 007 films.

“James Bond Theme” – Monty Norman (Dr. No – 1962)

Dr. No, the first James Bond film, features Scottish actor Sean Connery playing the British character on the big screen. Agent 007 goes to Jamaica to investigate the death of a British intelligence chief. James meets Honey Ryder, the first Bond girl, played by Ursula Andress. Bond also discovers the existence of an evil organization known as Specter.

Director: Terence Young
Stars: Sean Connery, Ursula Andress and Bernard Lee

“From Russia With Love” – Matt Monro (From Russia with Love – 1963)

In From Russia with Love, Bond reveals the organization Spectre. Number 5 in Spectre, Kronsteen, a great chess master, devises a plan to obtain a Lektor cryptographic device from the Soviets. He also plans revenge on Bond for killing Spectre’s agent Dr. No. The organization’s leader, the invisible number 1, sends Rosa Klebb (number 3) to make Kronsteen’s plan a reality.

Director: Terence Young
Stars: Sean Connery, Robert Shaw and Lotte Lenya

“Goldfinger” – Shirley Bassey (Goldfinger – 1964)

In the Bond franchising, Goldfinger is one of the greatest villains of all time. Gold-obsessed, Auric Goldfinger plots a plan to steal all gold from Fort Knox in the United States. Only James Bond can stop him, of course. The film also has two of the most famous characters in the franchise: Oddjob, Goldfinger’s Korean servant; and Pussy Galore, a Bond girl played by Honor Blackman.

Director: Guy Hamilton
Stars: Sean Connery, Gert Fröbe and Honor Blackman

“Thunderball” – Tom Jones (Thunderball – 1965)

Spectre hijacked a plane loaded with two nuclear warheads and demands a ransom of £100 million in diamonds. James Bond heads to the Bahamas to retrieve the two bombs. There, he meets CIA agent Felix Leiter and discovers the identity of Spectre Number 2.

Director: Terence Young
Stars: Sean Connery, Claudine Auger and Adolfo Celi

“You Only Live Twice” – Nancy Sinatra (You Only Live Twice – 1967)

A spaceship is stolen and lands in the Sea of Japan, and James Bond goes there to investigate. As soon as he arrives, he discovers the identity of Number 1, the leader of the Spectre: Ernst Stavro Blofeld. He also discovers Blofeld’s plan to trick the nations of the world into starting World War III.

Director: Lewis Gilbert
Stars: Sean Connery, Akiko Wakabayashi and Mie Hama

“We have all the time in the world” – Louis Armstrong (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service – 1969)

Sean Connery is retiring from the franchise at this point. Then, an Australian actor, George Lazenby, takes on the role in a single film. Bond falls in love and marries for the first and only time with a Bond girl, Countess Tracy di Vicenzo. This film is designed to follow the plot of Ian Fleming’s novel as much as possible. It is also more of a drama than any of the other films in the franchise.

Director: Peter R. Hunt
Stars: George Lazenby, Diana Rigg and Telly Savalas

“Diamonds Are Forever” – Shirley Bassey (Diamonds Are Forever- 1971)

Sean Connery returns to play James Bond to hunt a diamond smuggling ring. 007 travels all over the world, before arriving at the Whyte House casino in Las Vegas. Bond finds out that Blofeld is behind the diamond smuggling operation. Blofled wants to use a laser-armed satellite to destroy all nuclear weapons in the United States, the Soviet Union and China, and thus force countries into war. We also met Bond girl Plenty OToole.

Director: Guy Hamilton
Stars: Sean Connery, Jill St. John and Charles Gray

“Live and Let Die” – Paul McCartney & Wings (Live and Let Die – 1973)

This is the first film by British actor Roger Moore as Bond. 007 has to stop Mr. Big, a heroin dealer, who has a plan to monopolize the market. In this film, Bond goes from Harlem to New Orleans and, finally, to the fictional island of San Monique. This is also the first film to feature a black woman as a Bond girl, with Rosie Carver played by Gloria Hendry.

Director: Guy Hamilton
Stars: Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto and Jane Seymour

“The Man With The Golden Gun” – Lulu (The Man with the Golden Gun – 1974)

James Bond is released from service after a golden bullet with “007” engraved on it is received by MI6. The bullet is believed to be from the famous assassin Francisco Scaramanga, who uses a golden weapon to kill his targets. Bond leaves to find Scaramanga and tracks the location of a small device, called the Solex Agitator, that can harness the power of the sun.

Director: Guy Hamilton
Stars: Roger Moore, Christopher Lee and Britt Ekland

“Nobody Does It Better” – Carly Simon (The Spy Who Loved Me – 1977)

In The Spy Who Loved Me submarines from Britain and the Soviet Union are captured. James Bond has to join forces with KGB agent Major Anya Amasova. The two work together to identify the person behind the thefts: Karl Stromberg, a shipping magnate and scientist, who has a plan to destroy New York and Moscow to unleash a nuclear war that will allow him to create his own civilization.

Director: Lewis Gilbert
Stars: Roger Moore, Barbara Bach and Curd Jürgens

“Moonraker” – Shirley Bassey (Moonraker – 1979)

In the movie, Moonraker was kidnapped, Bond must find the location of the stolen space shuttle. He discovers that Hugo Drax, the owner of the company that makes the spaceships, is behind it all. Drax is working on a plan to exterminate a large part of the human race with deadly nerve gas. Agent 007 has to travel to space to defeat Drax on his space station.

Director: Lewis Gilbert
Stars: Roger Moore, Lois Chiles, and Michael Lonsdale

“For Your Eyes Only” – Sheena Easton (For Your Eyes Only – 1981)

A spy boat carrying a device capable of ordering the launch of ballistic missiles is sunk. James Bond is ordered to help a marine archaeologist named Timothy Havelock to retrieve the device. When the archaeologist is murdered, Bond must find the secret device and also find out who killed Havelock and why.

Director: John Glen
Stars: Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet and Topol

“All Time High” – Rita Coolidge (Octopussy – 1983)

Bond investigates the murder of Agent 009, who was killed in East Berlin while carrying a fake Fabergé egg. This leads 007 to discover a plan involving nuclear weapons in West Germany. Octopussy has a set of memorable villains, including identical twins who throw knives. Octopussy is the main villain of the film and also a Bond girl. She is an international jewelry smuggler who resides on an island populated by women.

Director: John Glen
Stars: Roger Moore, Maud Adams and Louis Jourdan

“A View to a Kill” – Duran Duran (A View to a Kill – 1985)

The film A View to a Kill is the seventh and final film starring Roger Moore showing James Bond against Max Zorin. Maz is an industrialist who is trying to dominate the microchip market by destroying Silicon Valley. His plan revolves around bombs under lakes and geological faults that will cause the entire San Francisco Bay area to be destroyed by floods.

Director: John Glen
Stars: Roger Moore, Christopher Walken and Tanya Roberts

“The Living Daylights” – A-Ha (The Living Daylights – 1987)

In The Living Daylights actor Timothy Dalton debuts his first film as the MI6 agent. James Bond helps KGB officer General Georgi Koskov to leave the Soviet Union. Koslov says General Leonid Pushkin has reinstated the policy of killing spies. Bond is ordered to catch Pushkin before he can kill more agents and damage relations between the Soviet Union and the West.

Director: John Glen
Stars: Timothy Dalton, Maryam d’Abo and Jeroen Krabbé

“Licence to Kill” – Gladys Knight (Licence to Kill – 1989)

James Bond helps his old friend Felix Leiter to capture a drug dealer (Franz Sanchez). The criminal ends up escaping and seriously injuring Leiter and killing his wife. When M, the head of MI6, orders Bond to return to regular service, he refuses, causing M to revoke his license to kill. This means that Bond must embark on his revenge mission as a dishonest agent.

Director: John Glen
Stars: Timothy Dalton, Robert Davi and Carey Lowell

“GoldenEye” – Tina Turner (GoldenEye – 1995)

This is the debut film by Irish-American actor Pierce Brosnan as Bond. His fellow MI6 agent, Alec Trevelyan, is murdered. 10 years later, after an attack on a bunker in Siberia Bond discovers that Alec is really alive. Agent 007 has to investigate the theft of the control disc from a satellite weapon known as Goldeneye.

Director: Martin Campbell
Stars: Pierce Brosnan, Sean Bean and Izabella Scorupco

“Tomorrow Never Dies” – Sheryl Crow (Tomorrow Never Dies – 1997)

James Bond finds himself investigating the sinking of a British warship in Chinese waters and discovers a connection with media mogul Elliot Carver. With the help of a Chinese special agent, Bond discovers Carver’s plan to start a conflict between the British and the Chinese. A dishonest Chinese general promises that Carver will receive exclusive broadcast rights in China.

Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Stars: Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce and Michelle Yeoh

“The World Is Not Enough” – Garbage (The World Is Not Enough – 1999)

Bond is sent to recover money for Sir Robert King, a friend of M, the head of MI6. But the money hid a hidden bomb that kills King. Agent 007 learns that a former KGB agent who became a terrorist named Renard set the trap. M dispatches Bond to kill Renard and protect King’s daughter.

Director: Michael Apted
Stars: Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau and Robert Carlyle

“Die Another Day” – Madonna (Die Another Day – 2002)

Bond’s mission is to investigate a North Korean general involved in diamond smuggling from Africa. 007 is captured and subjected to torture for 14 months before being released. Bond is suspended after his return, but continues on his mission. He discovers a plan to use a mirror satellite, which uses solar energy, to destroy the militarized border between North Korea and South Korea, allowing the North Koreans to invade.

Director: Lee Tamahori
Stars: Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry and Rosamund Pike

“You Know My Name” – Chris Cornell (Casino Royale – 2006)

Casino Royale is technically a remake of an unofficial Bond film, and restarts the entire franchise. British actor Daniel Craig is the new Agent 007. After earning 00 status and a license to kill, Secret Agent James Bond sets out on his first mission as 007. Bond must defeat a private banker funding terrorists in a high-stakes game of poker at Casino Royale, Montenegro.

Director: Martin Campbell
Stars: Daniel Craig, Eva Green and Judi Dench

“Another Way To Die” – Jack White & Alicia Keys (Quantum of Solace – 2008)

Quantum Of Solace, is Daniel Craig’s second film as James Bond. The film resumes the plot just an hour after the end of Casino Royale. Moved by Vesper’s betrayal, Bond is determined to find the person behind Mr. White’s sinister organization. His search takes him to Haiti, where he meets Camille, an agent who seeks to avenge the death of his family at the hands of former Bolivian dictator General Medrano.

Director: Marc Forster
Stars: Daniel Craig, Olga Kurylenko and Mathieu Amalric

“Skyfall” – Adele (Skyfall – 2012)

After a failed mission, Bond is presumed dead, and M undergoes a review amid questions about his leadership in MI6. When the London intelligence agency’s headquarters is attacked, Bond comes out of hiding to discover the people behind the attack. All leads lead to Raoul Silva, a former MI6 agent, who was captured and brutally tortured by the Chinese government. Silva blames M and is trying to kill her and her reputation.

Director: Sam Mendes
Stars: Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem and Naomie Harris

“Writing’s on The Wall” – Sam Smith (Spectre – 2015)

Bond receives a message from M, the head of MI6, after his death, which leads him to stop a terrorist attack. For participating in an unauthorized mission, Bond is suspended by the new M. He continues, of course, and ends up discovering the evil organization known as Spectre, as well as its leader Ernst Stavro Blofeld, who is now played by the German-Austrian actor Christoph Waltz.

Director: Sam Mendes
Stars: Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz and Léa Seydoux

No Time to Die – Billie Eilish (No Time to Die – 2021)

In No Time to Die, agent James Bond’s new film, shows a retired 007 forced to return to action. Bond will prevent the villain, known as Satin, from destroying millions of lives. Bond is again played by Daniel Craig, but this time he will have the help of a woman, named Nomi, who took his place as 007, as well as his old friends Miss Moneypenny, Q and M.

Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga
Stars: Ana de Armas, Daniel Craig and Léa Seydoux

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