Goldfinger is the seventh novel in Ian Fleming's James Bond series. First published by Jonathan Cape on March 23, 1959.
Goldfinger is a ska punk band that formed in 1994. It is largely believed that the band is named after the James Bond film, Goldfinger. They were founded by John Feldmann on vocals and guitar, Simon Williams on bass, Darrin Pfeiffer on drums, and Charlie Paulson on guitar.
Goldfinger's debut album of the same name was a hit on college radio when it was released in February of 1996. The sound of the album went well with the third wave of ska which was popular at the time. "Here in your Bedroom" was the big single from this album, enjoying a lot of radio time.
"Goldfinger" was the fourth single released from the 1977 album by the band Ash on April 15, 1996. It was released as a single CD, a 7" vinyl (the limited edition 7" comes with a golden glitter clear vinyl and an accompanying picture sleeve), and as a cassette. "Goldfinger" was Ash's first Top 10 hit and sparked a reaction that helped their debut album, "1977" get to No. 1 in the album charts.
Goldfinger is the third film in the EON Productions James Bond series, and the third starring Sean Connery as Commander James Bond, British Secret Service agent 007. Released in December 1964, the film was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman, and was the first of four directed by Guy Hamilton.