Music By Wil Malone
√íDeath Line√ì the movie was released in the UK in 1972 and was directed by Gary Sherman. In the US it was released as √íRaw Meat√ì. It starred Donald Pleasance and Christopher Lee and is an eerie horror story set in the London Underground. Wil Malone has been composing and arranging music for over four decades. Initially, he was a member of the UK psych combo Orange Bicycle who had a number of singles on Columbia and Parlophone between 1967 & 1971 and an eponymous album in 1970. Since that time he has been responsible for some of the most sublime string & brass arrangements to come out of the UK. The strings on Massive Attack√ïs √íUnfinished Sympathy√ì were his work (of which he is particularly proud) as was The Verve√ïs √íBitter Sweet Symphony√ì (with a little help from Andrew Oldham!). He has also worked with artists as diverse as Depeche Mode, U.N.K.L.E., Black Sabbath, Paul Weller, Kylie Minogue and London Grammar. Wil wanted to create a truly horrible soundtrack and with his amalgamation of groovy rhythm & blues with fantastic squelching synths he has managed just that.