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Wild Angels and Other Themes


Download links and information about Wild Angels and Other Themes by The Arrows, Davie Allan. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack, Psychedelic genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 28:54 minutes.

Artist: The Arrows, Davie Allan
Release date: 1966
Genre: Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack, Psychedelic
Tracks: 10
Duration: 28:54
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No. Title Length
1. Blues' Theme (From "The Wild Angels") 2:13
2. Devil's Angels 2:09
3. Wild Angels 1:35
4. Shape of Things to Come ( From "Wild In the Streets") 1:58
5. Thunderball 1:50
6. James Bond Theme 2:55
7. Peter Gunn 2:41
8. Star Trek: The Next Generation 3:56
9. Batman Theme 2:51
10. Cycle-Delic (From "Night On Earth") 6:46



There’s really no better way to stick it to the man than by blasting Davie Allan & The Arrows from your muscle car. And with Wild Angels and Other Themes, you get the best of the man (and his band) who scored all those cool biker flicks and teen-a-go-go exploitation movies from the mid- to late '60s. “Blues Theme” opens with turbo-boosted, high-octane guitar fuzz set to a groovy rhythm section, courtesy of Allan’s backing band The Arrows. The sound of multiple chopper engines being kickstarted introduces “Devil’s Angels,” the theme song to the motorcycle club led by Peter Fonda’s character, Heavenly Blues, in the 1966 movie The Wild Angels. Allan was credited for melding psychedelic biker rock with the springy reverb of surf-rock guitars, as heard in “Shape of Things to Come.” He also deviates from two-wheeled themes and cranks out an awesome rendition of “James Bond Theme” and Henry Mancini’s theme song to “Peter Gunn,” both sounding much more muscled than any of the original versions (especially the latter). Also check out Allan's reworking of “Batman Theme.”