Sheryl Crow, Moby And Iggy Pop Bond Over 007

November 18 [13:00 EDT] -- 007 fans have great reason for rejoice.

Sheryl Crow's new video for the Bond theme, "Tomorrow Never Dies," [500k QuickTime] premieres on MTV on Wednesday, November 19, from 6 a.m. EDT (for the early birds) to 9 p.m. (for those who like to ease into their day). The new Bond flick, starring Pierce Brosnan as the smoothest spy her Majesty's Secret Service ever saw on film, opens in theaters on December 19.

For 007 fans who can't get enough, now comes a new compilation CD, produced by perhaps the biggest Bond fan of them all, David Arnold, (who produced Bjork's single "Play Dead") called "Shaken And Stirred" which features a meaty line-up of Bond theme song covers.

The track listing is as follows:

  • Diamonds Are Forever -- featuring David McAlmont
  • Nobody Does It Better -- featuring Aimee Mann
  • Space March -- featuring Leftfield
  • All Time High -- featuring Pulp
  • Moonraker

    -- featuring Shara Nelson

  • The James Bond Theme -- featuring LTJ Bukem
  • Live And Let Die -- featuring Chrissie Hynde
  • Thunderball -- featuring Martin Fry (ABC)
  • From Russia With Love -- featuring Natacha Atlas
  • On Her Majesty's Secret Service -- Propellerheads
  • We Have All The Time In The World -- Featuring Iggy Pop
In the camp video for "Diamonds Are Forever," singer David McAlmont does drag, as singer Shirley Bassey, who had a hit with the theme song from "Goldfinger."

Purist may also want to check out the reissue of the soundtrack to "Octopussy"; Roger Moore's last Bond flick in 1983. Electronica composer Moby's video for "The James Bond" theme from his album, "I Like To Score" features snippets of Moore as the gentleman agent who never dies.