El Diabolik’s World of Psychotronic Soundtracks is a film soundtrack and Library Music podcast, hosted and created by El Diabolik and Simon McLean (AKA Lord Thames). All tracks played come from our own collection, nearly all from original vinyl.

To contact the show for requests or anything else : Email the show



7 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hello,

    Firstly thank you so much for putting together such a fantastic blog and podcast, I really can’t wait for each new show!

    I am originally from Bristol in the UK but I now live in Brisbane, Australia. I am obsessed with European soundtracks, in particular Italian soundtracks, your podcasts have really helped me discover so many fantastic scores that I never knew existed, thank you!

    I have been hunting for a very rare 7″ single on the Phillips label by the Musketeers, that was the theme to the tv show ‘The Flashing Blade’. You probably remember this French tv show that was shown by the BBC in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. I have googled the record and apparently it does exist, it has been played by the BBC on a number of occasions however I have never been able to find it. Could you please let me know if you have this recording and if you can feature it on one of your shows or where I might find an mp3 of the wonderful theme song ‘You’ve got to fight”.

    Thank you again for such an amazing podcast!

    Best wishes,


  2. I met you rocking up France Gall EPs at Roxy Bar & Screen – I love the music here, thanks for keeping the podcast up!

  3. Hi there

    I would just like to show my appreciation for this blog. It is really hard to come by such an amazing selection of Old School Sounds and Soundtracks. I truly appreciate every single show and every single track you put together. Thanks so much for doing this. Big up!

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