Welsh singer Shirley Bassey has sung the most Bond theme songs, beginning with "Goldfinger," a pop hit in 1964. She also sang "Diamonds Are Forever" (1971) and "Moonraker" (1979).
Photo: Singer Dame Shirley Bassey performs on stage during the Diamond Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace on June 4, 2012, in London.
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Tom Jones sang the theme for "Thunderball" in 1965, the same year he burst onto the music scene with his signature hit, "It's Not Unusual," and won a Grammy as best new artist. He was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II on March 29, 2006.
Photo: Tom Jones performs on the Virgin Media Stage during the V Festival at Hylands Park on Aug. 19, 2012, in Chelmsford, England.
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Sixties pop icon Nancy Sinatra sang the theme for the 1967 film "You Only Live Twice."
Photo: Actress/singer Nancy Sinatra arrives at the 12th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards at The Beverly Hilton hotel on Feb. 25, 2010, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Paul McCartney and Wings
Paul McCartney had a Top 10 hit with the theme song for "Live and Let Die" (1973).
Photo: Paul McCartney performs at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12, 2012, in Los Angeles.
Scottish singer, actress, and television personality Lulu performed the title theme for "The Man with the Golden Gun" (1974).
Photo: Lulu arrives at the "Strictly Come Dancing" press launch at BBC Television Center on Sept. 7, 2011, in London.
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Carly Simon had a huge hit with the Marvin Hamlisch-penned "Nobody Does It Better" for the 1977 film "The Spy Who Loved Me." It was the first Bond song that had a different title than the movie, but the words "the spy who loved me" are in the song's lyrics.
Photo: Carly Simon attends the "You're So Vain" after-party during the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival at 1 Oak on April 29, 2010, in New York.
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Sheena Easton sang the Oscar-nominated title song for "For Your Eyes Only" (1981). The Scottish-born singer is the only Bond artist to be seen singing the title song during the opening credits.
Photo: Sheena Easton performs at the grand opening of the Chaum Center on Oct. 27, 2010, in Seoul, South Korea.
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Duran Duran had a No. 1 hit with the title song for "A View to a Kill" (1985). It remains the only James Bond theme song to have reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Photo: From left, Jon Taylor, Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes and Roger Taylor of the musical group Duran Duran arrive at the "South Park" 15th Anniversary Party at The Barker Hanger on Sept. 20, 2011, in Santa Monica, Calif.
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Motown legend Gladys Knight performed the title song for "License to Kill" in 1989.
Photo: Gladys Knight arrives at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2012, in Las Vegas.
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U2's Bono and The Edge wrote the main title song for 1995's "Goldeneye," sung by Tina Turner.
Photo: Tina Turner attends the Emporio Armani show during Milan Fashion Week on Feb. 26, 2011, in Milan, Italy.
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The main title song for "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997) was performed by Sheryl Crow, who co-wrote it with Mitchell Froom.
Photo: Sheryl Crow performs during the Stagecoach Country Music Festival held at the Empire Polo Field on April 29, 2012, in Indio, Calif.
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Alternative pop/rock band Garbage sang the title song for "The World Is Not Enough" (1999).
Photo: Shirley Manson of Garbage performs onstage at the MTV World Stage Monterrey Mexico 2012 at Arena Monterrey on Sept. 12, 2012, in Monterrey, Mexico.
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Madonna's title track for "Die Another Day" (2002) was a Top 10 single in the United States and No. 1 in several other countries. It was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award for best original song.
Photo: Madonna performs on stage in Nice, France, on Aug. 21, 2012.
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Chris Cornell performed the title song for "Casino Royale" (2006), titled "You Know My Name." The former Audioslave frontman co-wrote the track with David Arnold, the soundtrack's composer.
Photo: Chris Cornell performs live during the first day of Hard Rock Calling at Hyde Park on July 13, 2012, in London.
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Jack White and Alicia Keys
The first duet in the Bond series came from Jack White and Alicia Keys, who performed "Another Way to Die," the theme from "Quantum of Solace" (2008).
Photos: Jack White performs at Eurockeennes Music Festival on July 1, 2012, in Belfort, France (left). Alicia Keys performs during the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 6, 2012, in Los Angeles (right).
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Adele has confirmed that she has co-written and performed the theme for the film "Skyfall" (2012). This is the first Bond theme to have the same title as the film since Madonna's "Die Another Day" in 2002.
Photo: Adele performs at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards held on Feb. 12, 2012, in Los Angeles.