a Girl Aloud Bond theme, something manically constructed and wildly produced along the lines of “Biology,” would be genius. At the very least, it would be more fun.
I know the producers of Quantum of Solace are seemingly desperate beyond belief to not even have their film be associated with anything that the franchise stood for in the past to a lot of people (ie; fun, guns, girls and gadgets) so they would never ever in a million years go to Girls Aloud for a theme song, but just try and imagine it for a minute.
There. Have you thought about it? I'll see if I can imagine what you're thinking:
And if you're not then, well, you're a nutjob. Girls Aloud performing a James Bond theme song would instantly be the greatest thing known to mankind. Make a song with a little bit of "Biology", a splash of "Sexy! No No No", a dash of "Something Kinda Ooh" a splish of "The Promise" and a nice healthy dollop of "Black Jacks" and you would have the first Bond theme song to truly rival the Shirley Bassey era.
Not only would the song be the first Bond theme to actually be a chart hit since Tina Turner's ace "Goldeneye" - well, in countries other than the USA because we all know America is allergic to good pop music - but the videoclip would be truly astounding. Picture all five of the lovely Aloud ladies playing different famous Bond girls from the past!
Cheryl Cole as "Honey Rider" in Dr No
Nadine Coyle as "Pussy Galore" in Goldfinger
Nicola Roberts as "Plenty O'Toole" in Diamonds are Forever
Sarah Harding as "Pola Ivanova" in A View to a Kill
Kimberley Walsh as "Xenia Onatopp" in GoldenEye
Although considering how much fake tan she uses she could probably pass as Grace Jones from A View to a Kill.
So, again, it would be AMAZING! And, yes, for what it's worth Jack White and Alicia Keys' Bond theme is terrible. It's called a tune, folks. Get one.