These Best Of British Songs Make The Perfect Bond Playlist

Celebrate the DVD and Blu-Ray release of Spectre with 20 songs by British artists every bit as iconic as 007 himself.

James Bond is an ultimate British icon and his latest adventure, Spectre, is already a film classic. Released on DVD and Blu-Ray in the week the country saluted its musical heroes at the BRIT Awards, this thrilling film finds Bond at his heroic best.


To celebrate, we’ve collected 20 songs by some of the most iconic British musicians ever. ‘London Calling’ by The Clash and The Sex Pistols’ ‘God Save The Queen’ share Bond’s grit, fighting spirit and entrenched association to the capital. Elton John’s ‘Rocket Man’, indie floorfiller ‘This Charming Man’ and Led Zeppelin’s 1969 classic ‘Heartbreaker’ speak to the different sides of 007’s character. Along with cuts from David Bowie, The Beatles, Amy Winehouse and more, they’ll allow you to honour a true British legend in style.

The Smiths – ‘This Charming Man’
David Bowie – ‘Fashion’
The Clash – ‘London Calling’
The Sex Pistols – ‘God Save The Queen’
Amy Winehouse – ‘Back To Black’
Led Zeppelin – ‘Heartbreaker’
Roxy Music – ‘Out Of The Blue’
The Specials – ‘Too Much Too Young’
Paul McCartney & Wings – ‘Live And Let Die’
Oasis – ‘Champagne Supernova’
The Jam – ‘That’s Entertainment’
Elton John – ‘Rocket Man’
T Rex – ‘20th Century Boy’
Elvis Costello – ‘Watching The Detectives’
The Who – ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’
The Beatles – ‘Back In The U.S.S.R.’
Adele – ‘Hometown Glory’
Queen – ‘I Want It All’
The Rolling Stones – ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’
Kate Bush – ‘Oh England My Lionheart’

Get Spectre on Blu-Ray and DVD now.

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