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Mon, 20 Sep 2004

Shine / Bond
I first came across Bond in a mention in somebody or other's blog, I think in the context of their performance on an ad for Raymond Weil watches. I never saw the ad in question. In fact, I don't believe I've ever seen a television ad for Raymond Weil. (Then how did I discover the wonderfulness of their timepieces? An interesting question for another time and place. Once again I digress.)

Anyway, Bond is a string quartet. A quartet of incredibly beautiful women. Which shouldn't matter, right? I mean, especially on my iPod, where I can't see what they look like. Fortunately, their performances are dynamite, full of energy and fun. And they've even done a cover of the (other) Bond theme. Called, cleverly enough, Bond on Bond. Given the number of (James) Bond-related discs in my collection, how could I pass this one up?

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